You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a beautiful flower arrangement for this Spring season! Let me show you how I put together an inexpensive faux flower arrangement for Spring with dollar store items.

It’s great to have pretty flowers, but arranging them can be intimidating for some. Today I’m sharing a simple trick to getting your flowers to stay exactly where you want them in the container and can be rearranged at the same time. No glueing necessary.

First step is deciding what type of florals and greenery you want to use. I picked up all of mine from a Dollarama and Dollar Tree. My focal point were Peonies and they came from Dollarama.

Once you have decided which florals you will be using you need to pick a bucket or a vase that will be the appropriate size. I choose this one that came from Dollarama and I absolutely love the farmhouse French rustic look it has and for $4.00 it was a steel.

Next you need to pick up some floral foam or styrofoam squares. These can be found in both stores.

Once your foam is in place it is time to add your flowers. I am not a professional florist but have done enough arrangements to know what works for me. I start with my focal point in this case it was my Peony and than I work around it. I add similar size items and usually try to add in odd numbers.

Than I follow with flowers that are smaller and fill in the place.

Last thing I add is greenery and this goes pretty much anywhere where there is room for it to go. You can add height with it or some to drupe down if you want. It really is what you want. There is no right or wrong way of styling it. If you love it than it is the right way.

I could not be happier with the way my arrangement turned out. It is such a great way to add some color to your Spring Decor

If you would like to see my full video tutorial you can watch it here

I also have a tutorial on how to make a lavender arrangement and you can watch it here

Happy Decorating



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