Rose ball table decoration

Updated: Feb 7

A simple, but striking arrangement to which an enormous amount of movement is added by the fragile lines of the steel grass.


Step 1

Cut two ribbon strips which are a bit wider than base of the slate stone that is to be used.


Step 2

Appy a bot if hot glue onto the ends and fix the ribbons underneath the slate stone plate.


Step 3

Take a oasis ball of and slowly let it being soaked full with water to which some cut flower nutrient has been added. Cut a small slice of the ball so that it remains stable on the slate stone. Fix the ball onto the stone with a plastic stick so that the construction cannot shift.


Step 4

Evenly spread two types of roses over the full surface of the ball. See to it that the opened flowers are evenly spread.


Step 5

Evenly spread two types of roses over the full surface of the ball. See to it that the opened flowers are evenly spread.


Step 6

The two pieces of ribbon serve as anchoring point for stems of steel grass; insert these grasses into the oasis at the opposite side of the ball. See to a nice gliding line across the ball with roses an attach the end underneath the two stripes of ribbon.



Step 7

Apply a number of stems in this manner so that an exiting line play is created. Then bundle all stems at the end with iron wire and finish off with a piece of lilac ribbon.


Step 8

Remove all the foliage from the Clematis flowers. Spread the flowers over and between the steel grass stems, see to a balanced spread of colour and form.


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