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How to Make a Floral Arrangement with Sequin Details – Tiptoe Through the Tulips

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Tulips are one of my all-time favorite flowers. I’ve never been a rose girl myself, I’ll take a bouquet of spring tulips and daffodils anyday!

Tulips just scream Spring, which is why I always make sure to buy some cut tulips¬†when it’s still snowy and dreary out. A little reminder of what’s coming in a month or two! You can find them almost anywhere this time of year- the grocery store, flower shop, or garden center.

Here’s a cute little way to show off your tulips with a wee centerpiece. They’re small, easy to DIY, and you can adapt them to fit anything color/theme.

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I think these would make really cute wedding centerpieces- think white tulips with silver sequins!

You’ll need:

  • small vase, jar, or bottle (an old spice jar would work perfectly!)
  • sequins
  • tulips

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Let’s get started!

1. Give your jar or bottle a rinse to make sure it’s clean.

Choose your sequins. There are lots of sizes, shapes, and colors! Pick something that will compliment your flowers! I chose these holography hearts that are silver, blue, and lavender. I thought they’d be nice with the mauve tulips.

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2. Put a small handful of sequins on the jar. I filled mine about halfway, but you could go all the way to the top of the vase if you wanted more sparkle! If you do fill it to the top, I would put your flower in first and then put the sequins around it, so you can be sure you’ll have room for the flowers!

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3. Fill with water and add your flowers!

4. Here’s a neat little trick: add a few drops of lemon juice to the water to keep your blooms fresh extra long!

Check out this Pinterest page for more tulip inspiration and ideas!

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