Hello friends. I hope you’re well. I’ve been very sad the last couple of days because I have yet to hear back from Instagram and my account is still being held for ‘ransom’. 🙁 But even though it’s been stressful, I have been shown so much love and support and that makes me so hopeful that even if I don’t get my account back. Y’all will have my back. 🙂 So thank you for that. You can follow me over at @craftberrybush in the meantime. That would mean a lot.
Today I’m happy to share a little bit of pretty with you with this spring arrangement using grocery store roses and carnations.
A big thank you to my friends Ashley and Janine for hosting this hop. Please make sure you check out the rest of the beautiful arrangements at the end of this post.
I initially wanted to create an ombre flower arrangement but it was the day after Valentine’s day and unfortunately, there wasn’t much to choose from, but I still think this came out so pretty.
In this video, I show you how I create regular roses that look like lush garden roses.
I also used my favourite faux eucalyptus which you can find below. The sweet bowls I got at Homesense or Homegoods in the US.
That’s it for now friends. Thank you so much for stopping by today. Please don’t forget to check out the links below.
Creative Flower Arrangement Ideas for Spring – Happy Happy Nester // How to Arrange Grocery Store Flowers – The DIY Mommy // Grocery Store Roses Spring Arrangement – Craftberry Bush // DIY Easy Tulip Arrangement – A Blue Nest
Spring Floral Arrangements – My 100 Year Old Home // A Flower Arrangement in a Vintage Find – Finding Lovely // Farmhouse Flower Arrangement – My Sweet Savannah // Simple Spring Tulip Floral Arrangement – Zevy Joy
Easy Flower Styling Ideas – The Handmade Home // 8 Ways to Style a Big Vase with Faux Spring Florals – The Happy Housie // Spring Floral Table – Taryn Whiteaker // Moody Spring Floral Arrangement – Cassie Bustamante
Easy Spring Flower Arrangement – Twelve on Main // 5 Tips to Make Faux Flowers Look Real – Hallstrom Home // Spring Flower Arrangement – Jennifer Maune // 3 Ways to Style a Faux Flower Arrangement – The Tattered Pew