Floral Arranging Workshop Gift Box
A special arrangement.
Itching to master floral design? Already a flower power aficionado, but looking to hone your craft? Either way, this workshop-in-a-box will soon have you arranging like a pro, letting you practice with your own set of clippers, netting, and more.
Photography by Luzena Adams & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Floral Clippers: Japan Wire Netting: China Waterproof Tape: U.S.A. Flower Food: U.S.A.
Floral Clippers: Teflon-coated carbon steel blades with thermoplastic elastomer handles, leather blade cover Wire Netting: Coated steel wire Waterproof Tape: Fabric with waterproof adhesive Flower Food: Citric acid, sucrose, bleach
Gift box is 8.3" L x 8.3" W x 2" H
Care & Notes +-
Each box includes floral clippers, wire netting, waterproof tape, flower food, instructions, pro tips, and online tutorials.
For floral clippers, keep clipper blades dry during storage and use blade cover for safety when not in use. Clipper blades are extremely sharp and should not require sharpening so long as they are used as intended to cut only floral stems, plants, herbs, vegetables, and thin branches.
Wire netting is coated to avoid scratching vases and your hands. Netting is reusable.
Waterproof tape should be applied to a dry surface, but then will stay adhered even when wet.
Flower food should be added to the water in a vase to keep water fresh and fee of bacteria.
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