Easy Mothers Day Bouquet

By craft contributor Rachael


My florist friend recently showed me a neat trick to make a bouquet that looks just like you bought it from your local flower shop.

You can shop for your flowers at your local markets in the morning and make your to give to someone you love that same day. This bouquet only takes a few moment to make, but it takes the guesswork out of which flower to put where, which is perfect if you’re in a rush.


* I large flower or vegetable (we chose kale)
* Roses (enough to fit around your big flower)
* Green filler
* Pruning shears
* String


Step 1 : Take flowers and trim them on an angle. Take your largest flower and hold it in one hand ready to add the remaining flowers.

Step 2: Take your roses and add them around the edge of your kale to form a circle.

Step 3: Take your green filler and place it around the edge of your roses. You now have three layers which you will tie together.
Step 4: Tie your string around your bouquet. Trim your stems to make sure the bottoms are all the same length.

If you want a more rustic look, you can arrangement your flowers in three clumps next to each other.
Now you have a gorgeous bouquet that takes only a few minutes to make.


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