Tan FlowerBox Cube Design

It’s early spring time here in the Pacific Northwest, and we’re creating a sping time bouquet sure to please in a tan FlowerBox cube.

To start, pop open your FlowerBox cube, making sure the bottom locks. Next, wrap the box with a variegated green ribbon you can find at the flower market or most craft stores. I use UGlue dots to adhere the ribbon, and I finish the edge by folding it into a corner. Then cut your foam to size and soak in water and flower food. Add to the box.

I first add the purple liatrus to establish height and structure. Then I add four light pink roses. For a spring time flair, I add yellow tulips in a cluster. Finally, I add dianthus and hypernicum to finish out the design, with a few accent leaves in the back.

The finished design is the perfect gift size and a touch of Spring for anyone that receives it. Plus the FlowerBox is completely recyclable, so not another vase on the shelf of your customer’s collection.

Now it’s your turn! Send me your ideas at Travis@FlowerBox.com. And as always, have a great flowering day!

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