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    rubberbanded flowers in vases. via

  • Megan Catherine

    Rubber bands on top of containers, a nice trick to make a fuller looking arrangement

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Flower arrangement - Who says you have to master the art of floral design to create pleasingly balanced arrangements? Use a toothbrush holder as a vase and you'll achieve perfect symmetry every time. Simply fill the toothbrush holder with water and tuck one or two stems into each hole. Then take a step back and admire your handiwork.

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