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ornamental flair


Flowers and cording create a floral version of a traditional Christmas decoration.


Novelty floral arrangements have experienced a resurgence in popularity in the past few years. This arrangement, which uses an iconic Christmas ornament as its inspiration, is sure to be a highly sought after seasonal special. A small floral-foam sphere, secured atop a foam-filled decorative ceramic container with wood picks, is covered with festive red carnations and punctuated with Berzelia berries, both of which offer long-lasting enjoyment. Winter greenery appears to cradle the “flornament” with a textural collar. A tricolored cord provides the ornament’s charming “hanger.”







 


“ornamental flair”
recipe

 

 


approximately 50 carnations
1 stem Berzelia
1 stem cedar
1 stem fir
container
3-inch floral-foam sphere
 

1/3 brick floral foam
cording
3 wood picks
1 wired wood pick
stem wrap
small cardboard disc
 

MATERIALS: cedar and fir from The Hiawatha Corporation; carnations and Berzelia from favorite suppliers; Christmas Bulb Planter from Diamond Line Containers; Oasis® Floral Foam and 3-inch Oasis® Sphere from Smithers-Oasis; cording from Lion Ribbon Co.; wood picks from W.J. Cowee; Floratape® Stem Wrap from Alcan Packaging.


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ORNAMENT ARRANGEMENT
Deck your table with this oversized
ornament made of fresh flowers.

 

Celebrate the holiday season with this fun and festive design, created from our freshest flowers and greenery. Pick up several of these creations to add a bit of flair throughout your home or party setting or to give as gifts for special friends and those who are hard to buy for.

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