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From Super Easy to Pro: Zebra Vase Flower Arranging 3 Ways

He is such a handsome chap this zebra vase that he doesn’t even need flowers to make a statement, but he certainly creates real wow factor when filled with floral loveliness. To give you some tips for flower arranging in the zebra vase we have styled him in 3 different ways so you can see how different he looks.

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He is such a handsome chap this zebra vase, that he doesn’t even need flowers to make a statement, but he certainly creates real wow factor when filled with floral loveliness. It’s fun to play about with different types of arrangement to see what suits, and in this case the zebra vase lends itself to so many styles and almost anything goes. To give you some tips for flower arranging in the zebra vase we have styled him in 3 different ways so you can see how different he looks.

Super Easy

This small bunch of dainty chrysanthemum heads makes the zebra look like he is wearing a vibrant hat - or a dashing haircut- and it’s so cheap and easy to do with any small flower heads. It takes minutes to cut the heads and pop them in the vase. For more ideas and inspiration, take a look at the intermediate and pro floral arrangements, created using the same zebra vase.

This small bunch of dainty chrysanthemum heads makes the zebra look like he is wearing a vibrant hat – or a dashing haircut- and it’s so cheap and easy to do with any small flower heads. It takes minutes to cut the heads and pop them in the vase, just enough to make a compact covering of the opening.

Intermediate 

This zebra vase is perfect for a simple bunch of tulips, which are literally just plonked in the vase and then we’ve added some fronds of greenery for extra height. As the tulips continue to grow when in water they droop beautifully over the sides of the vase. For more ideas and inspiration, take a look at the super easy and pro floral arrangements, created using the same zebra vase.

He is perfect for a simple bunch of tulips, which are literally just plonked in the vase – we’ve added some fronds of greenery for extra height but they aren’t necessary – we just had them to hand so added some. As the tulips continue to grow when in water they droop beautifully over the sides of the vase.

Pro

For a real show stunner of an arrangement fill the zebra vase with an assortment of flowers of varying heights, and fill around with lots of greenery to give more height and depth. Artificial foliage is a great way to fill out your displays without buying fresh all the time. For more ideas and inspiration, take a look at the super easy and intermediate floral arrangements, created using the same zebra vase.

For a real show stunner of an arrangement fill the zebra vase with an assortment of flowers of varying heights, and fill around with lots of greenery to give more height and depth. Because the vase only has a small opening it doesn’t take a lot to fill it and create a really lovely display. Some of the foliage in this arrangement is faux which is a great way to fill out your displays without buying fresh all the time.

What do you think to the different arrangements? Do you have a favourite? I really like the dainty chrysanthemums as he looks so cute!

Jacqui x

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Photography: Amelia Brooks/ Styling: Jacqui & Amelia Brooks

 

 

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