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Twine Wrapped Bouquet

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This simple but elegant wrapping is the perfect way to display a bouquet of flowers. Ideal for spring bunches or rustic bouquets twine shows off the beauty of the buds without overpowering them with fancy ribbons or ties.

Things you’ll need:
Bunch of flowers
Hemp twine
Scissors

Things to do:
1. Pull out a twelve-inch length of twine from the ball and run it so that the raw end is up with the blossoms. Determine how much of the stems you want wrapped before you begin.
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2. Begin to wrap the stems, keeping the twine tight enough to stay put but not so tight that they strangle the flowers. Wrap over the long tail as you go.
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3. When you have wrapped half the amount you want to, flip the tail down so that the free end is hanging away from the blossoms. Continue wrapping all the way up.
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4. Tie off and trim, tucking the end into the wrapping. Use the free tail, which should be at the halfway point of the wrapping and use to tie a bow at the front.
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4 Responses to “Twine Wrapped Bouquet”
  1. houseblessings says:

    Ive used this method for staking tree roses in my garden.

  2. Sachi says:

    I dont understand how the bow works…as we have tied off the twine at the top…where is the other end of the bow coming from? Isnt there only one piece of twine to tie?Driving me nuts.PLEASE EXPLAIN…driving me a little insane

    • Great question, Sachi! The extra piece is from when you began to wrap the bouquet. When you start, you want to keep a 12 inch piece out before you start to wrap. Wrap over the long tail as you go. When you have wrapped half the amount you want to, flip the tail down so that the free end is hanging away from the blossoms. Continue wrapping all the way up. Then tie the two ends together when you are finished. Voila! Please let me know if you have any other questions, as I am more than happy to help you! Happy crafting!

      • Sachi says:

        Ahhhhh…I was thinking step 4 meant we were tying and trimming it short and tucking the ends in. Thank you

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