This craft has the potential to look fresh and fabulous all season. Use dried or silk flowers (or plastic plants) and a watering can to put together the perfect porch decoration for spring! There's no need to worry about enough water or sunlight for this bunch of blooms. This will look great on your front porch, or even indoors.
Lay your newspaper on your work surface to protect it from the supplies. Add the rocks to the bottom of the watering can in a single layer to help stabilize your arrangement.
Add a few pieces of floral foam on top of the rocks. It should hit almost halfway up the inside of the watering can.
Use the wire cutter to trim singular sprigs of your plant to fit into the watering can. Cut some longer ones and some shorter ones. Once you begin to fill in your plant, you can add more later, as needed.
Poke the ends of the plant sprigs into the floral foam to keep them secure in the watering can.
Bend the sprigs to shape them as natural plants would fall (or stand) in a flowerpot — in this case, the watering can. Put the taller ones on the perimeter of the arrangement and the shorter ones on the inside. Find any holes and fill them in with remaining sprigs.
If you use flowers or plants that are tall and thin, you may want to use floral moss to fill in any gaps toward the top of the arrangement. This will also help hide the top, inside portion of the watering can so the stems and floral foam are not visible.
Brighten up any corner of your home, or your porch, with this floral project!
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