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  • Stacy Jorgensen

    arrange flowers in a big bowl. I love this idea! <3 #Floral Arrangement #Centerpiece #Table

  • Terah Kennel

    ANOTHER CENTERPIECE IDEA: Martha Stewart's Flower Arranging Secrets. How to arrange flowers in a big bowl: "A grid of clear cellophane tape spanning the wide mouth of the bowl supports the top-heavy flowers better than a frog would. Cut the stems short, and insert one or two flowers in each opening in the grid. Tuck fern clippings in last."

  • Nikki Williams

    Centerpiece (for any season!) idea: Flower Arranging Tips - Martha Stewart - Tip...A grid of clear cellophane tape spanning the wide mouth of the bowl supports the top-heavy flowers better than a frog would. Cut the stems short, and insert one or two flowers in each opening in the grid. Tuck fern clippings in last.

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Smart Idea from Martha: A grid of clear cellophane tape spanning the wide mouth of the bowl supports the top-heavy flowers better than a frog would. Cut the stems short, and insert one or two flowers in each opening in the grid. Tuck fern clippings in last.