Perfectly Placed Flowers in a Vase

How many times have you had too few flowers for a large vase or a lot of flowers that you just can't arrange to stay the way you want? To fix this problem, all you need to do is take a plastic paper sleeve, the ones that your daily paper is protected with. I save those for hundreds of uses, this is just one.
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Put it in the top of the vase around the flowers, pushing it down just out of view. Adjust your flowers however you want and they're going to stay. It is easily removed to water

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December 22, 20160 found this helpful

Decorative marbles from the Dollar Tree can be placed in a vase to hold flowerrs. You could also use dry beans, popcorn kernel with artificial flowers to stabilize in a vase.

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December 22, 20161 found this helpful

True but when you add water the beans get icky . I've tried the marbles too but when the flower die you halfto catch the marbles in a strainer to wash and sterilize them.

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If you use the plastic paper sleve you can actually use the sleve to dispose of the flowers too and no mess thank you for your response

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December 23, 20161 found this helpful

Using dried beans, coffee beans, marbles, etc would be used for artificial flowers only.

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December 23, 20161 found this helpful

And guess what my solution is for both fresh and artificial thanks for the clarification vote for my tip

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January 4, 20170 found this helpful

I use straws - plain, ordinary drinking straws - to hold the flowers.

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