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Great Craft Projects - Watering Can Arrangement

Watering Can Arrangement


Metal watering can 4" dia., 6" tall, or small tin bucket
Teal blue acrylic paint
White vinegar
1" sponge brush
Floral foam 4" x 4" x 6"
Brown wired paper ribbon
2 stems grape ivy with large leaves
1 artifical apple, 2" diameter
1 pick with 2 artificial apple slices
3 pieces isolepsis
3 pods dried okra
1 red grape cluster
5 to 6 sprigs caspia
5 pieces ting ting
6 birch twigs, 12" tall
4 stems silk ivy, 8" long
3 sprays tallow berries
3 stems springerii
5 wood picks, 4" long
Floral wire
Hot glue gun and glue sticks


1. Sand watering can. Prepare surface for painting by washing in a solution of 1/2 water, 1/2 white vinegar. Alow to dry thoroughly.
2. Using foam brush, paint can with 2 coats of Teal blue acrylic paint. Let dry between coats.
3. Cut floral foam to fit inside can. Hot glue in place to inside bottom of can.
4. Insert isolepsis and birch twigs at center of the can , placing isolepsis and 4 twigs behing handle and 2 twigs in front of the handle.
5. Insert okra pods around twigs and grass, placing 2 pods behind the handle and one in front of the handle.
6. Using 1 yard of the ribbon, make a 4-loop bow with 7" tails. Secure bow with wire at center and attach a 4" wood pick. Insert bow into foam, placing it at center of the can, in front of handle.
7. Place 2 pieces silk ivy just to left of bow. Place other 2 pieces ivy between okra pods behind handle. Add stems of grape ivy to silk ivy.
8. Make 4 sets of 3 loops each with strands of ting tingand secure to wood picks. Insert one next to paper ribbon bow, one on left just in front of can handle, and 2 behind bow in backof handle on right.
9. Place grape clusternext to bow. Place small apple to left of ivy in front. Place apple slice pick on left side of can behind handle.
10. Ad tallow berries in center of arrangement, trailing 1 sprig to left between apple and apple slice pick.
11. Fill arrangement with springerii and caspia, using photograph as a guide.

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