HOW TO VIDEO: How to make water change color for flower arrangements
WELCOME BACK TO FLOWER POWER FRIDAY!
Hi everyone, as the owner of the NYC based interior design firm, Cathy Hobbs Design Recipes each Friday, Kenji Takenaka Floral artist and Master Designer at Noir Hanna International and I come together for what we call FRIDAY FLOWER POWER! Each week we not only provide step by step instructions for creating dynamic floral arrangements we also provide a corresponding How To Video!
This Weeks’ Topic:
How to make water change color for flower arrangements
When it comes to floral arrangements changing the color of the water in your arrangement is one way to not only make it stand out but to also make it more customized to your own taste and décor. But what is the best way to achieve this look?
Yes.. this can be as simple as adding food coloring but another method is to use watercolor..
STEP 1: Begin with several clear glass vases filled with water. We use Dr. Ph. Martin’s water color, which you can find at any art supply store. Be sure to get the “radiant” concentrated water color. We like it because it’s very vibrant, and there are hundreds of colors, so you can pick the one you like best.
STEP 2: Add 2-3 drops into the water and stir.
STEP 3: Make a bouquet that matches the color of the water.
STEP 4: And finally, add a satin ribbon in the same color to create a vibrant, colorful and unique arrangement.
The result …a creative touch that you can add to any floral arrangement to create a colorful and unique bouquet!