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  • Anne Peacock
    • 3 years ago

    Floral tape would be cheaper in the long run

  • Anastasia Ehlers
    • 3 years ago

    I use a chenille stem, then tape. Pretty sure I keep using the same three chenilles, they just seem to float around my workbench.

  • Brooke Howsley
    • 3 years ago

    I use the paper-wrapped wire called binding wire, made by oasis. Then cover with waxed floral tape if for a bouquet...

  • Floret Cadet
    • 3 years ago

    Cool - thanks! I've always just used waxed floral tape and it's hard to hold the bouquet with one hand and wrap thoroughly with the other - I'd love to use it to finish it off, but have something under it for support in the meantime- will have to try both chenilles and bindwire- which is my new all around favorite supply!

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