I’ve never been very good at these types of things. I love having pretty flowers in the house, but never really knew how to arrange and care for them. They never seem to last long. I was thrilled when an opportunity came up to review a flower arranging DVD from Flower Duet.
The DVD “How to Create a European Wrap Bouquet” will teach you how to put together a gorgeous bouquet. It would be perfect for a wedding, if you are a DIY type of gal. It teaches you everything you need to know from how to pick out fresh flowers and make them last to how to arrange them beautifully.
I really wanted to put together a replica of one of their bouquets to show my readers how easy it really is. I mean, if I can manage to do it, so can you. However, I went flower shopping numerous times and I was unable to find the flowers I wanted to use anywhere where I live. So, I decided to go a different route. I had my husband pick up two regular old super market mixed bouquets.
I used Flower Duets information to condition the flowers and their tips to make them last. What do you know, after a WEEK they are still looking gorgeous! I’ve never had such luck in keeping flowers from wilting and looking terrible. I think that the Flower Duet DVD taught me what I need to know to make it work from now on.
I can’t say that I made the most gorgeous arrangement, but I think I did okay with what I had to work with.
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Ends at noon pacific time on 3/29/10. Winner will be determined by random.org. Winner will be notified by email and has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be drawn. As always this is an honest review full of my own opinions. I was not compensated in any way other than receiving a DVD to review.