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Six simple DIY flower arranging and jam jar upcycling projects (PDF workbook/video downloads)

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Learn how to arrange flowers and upcycle jam jars – simple ideas for table decorations for your DIY wedding or to enjoy at home. Included in this download are videos for six easy to follow DIY flower tutorials.

Are you fed up with cutting and plonking your supermarket flowers in the same way – in the same old vase?

With a little bit a know-how you could be upcycling jam jars and creating one-off vases. They’ll be perfect for displaying a few stems from your garden, or the side-shoots left over from a supermarket bunch – or a few choice blooms from your florist.

These videos will be perfect for you if:

• you’re missing your regular flower class
• you fancy having a go at some recycling and upcycling to create some vases
• you want to get crafty – and share some creative activities with your children (or grandchildren)
• perhaps you’re comfortable with you ‘cut and plonk’ style of flower arranging, but want to do it in more stylish ways?

By the end of these videos you’ll be able to:

• upcycle jam jars (and other containers) to create folksy vases
• apply the techniques you’ve learnt to give vases you’ve got at home a new look
• confidently arrange flowers you’ve picked from your garden, or foraged on family walks
• amaze your friends and family with your ideas-on-a-shoestring creativity!

This product is a PDF download (19 pages/5.28MB) with clickable links to access three hours of videos – and links for sourcing your crafting supplies. Stop, skip and reply to suit the pace you like to work at.


7. Decorating with leaves and bark (31:21)
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers (26:22)
9. Buttons (and beads) (21:35)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers (20:09)
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines (39:03)
12. Upcycling with spray paint (12:50)

Also available (Part 1):

1. Decoupage and garden flowers (30:44)
2. Lavender and sticks (39:22)
3. Flower frog and bows (23:46)
4. Macramé cuff (30:06)
5. Air drying clay frog (22:24)
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie (24:22)

You can purchase each of the video downloads individually or as a set of 6, or as a complete pack of 12.

1. Decoupage and garden flowers
2. Lavender and sticks
3. Flower frog and bows
4. Macramé cuff
5. Air drying clay frog
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie
7. Decorating with leaves and bark
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers
9. Buttons (and beads)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines
12. Upcycling with spray paint

The flower frog series:
A flower frog is simply a device for holding your flowers in place (and it’s found near water!)
3. Flower frog and bows
5. Air drying clay frog
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers
9. Buttons (and beads)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines

The decorating series:
1. Decoupage and garden flowers
2. Lavender and sticks
4. Macramé cuff
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie
7. Decorating with leaves and bark
9. Buttons (and beads)
12. Upcycling with spray paint
Learn how to arrange flowers and upcycle jam jars – simple ideas for table decorations for your DIY wedding or to enjoy at home. Included in this download are videos for six easy to follow DIY flower tutorials.

Are you fed up with cutting and plonking your supermarket flowers in the same way – in the same old vase?

With a little bit a know-how you could be upcycling jam jars and creating one-off vases. They’ll be perfect for displaying a few stems from your garden, or the side-shoots left over from a supermarket bunch – or a few choice blooms from your florist.

These videos will be perfect for you if:

• you’re missing your regular flower class
• you fancy having a go at some recycling and upcycling to create some vases
• you want to get crafty – and share some creative activities with your children (or grandchildren)
• perhaps you’re comfortable with you ‘cut and plonk’ style of flower arranging, but want to do it in more stylish ways?

By the end of these videos you’ll be able to:

• upcycle jam jars (and other containers) to create folksy vases
• apply the techniques you’ve learnt to give vases you’ve got at home a new look
• confidently arrange flowers you’ve picked from your garden, or foraged on family walks
• amaze your friends and family with your ideas-on-a-shoestring creativity!

This product is a PDF download (19 pages/5.28MB) with clickable links to access three hours of videos – and links for sourcing your crafting supplies. Stop, skip and reply to suit the pace you like to work at.


7. Decorating with leaves and bark (31:21)
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers (26:22)
9. Buttons (and beads) (21:35)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers (20:09)
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines (39:03)
12. Upcycling with spray paint (12:50)

Also available (Part 1):

1. Decoupage and garden flowers (30:44)
2. Lavender and sticks (39:22)
3. Flower frog and bows (23:46)
4. Macramé cuff (30:06)
5. Air drying clay frog (22:24)
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie (24:22)

You can purchase each of the video downloads individually or as a set of 6, or as a complete pack of 12.

1. Decoupage and garden flowers
2. Lavender and sticks
3. Flower frog and bows
4. Macramé cuff
5. Air drying clay frog
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie
7. Decorating with leaves and bark
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers
9. Buttons (and beads)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines
12. Upcycling with spray paint

The flower frog series:
A flower frog is simply a device for holding your flowers in place (and it’s found near water!)
3. Flower frog and bows
5. Air drying clay frog
8. Pebbles and foraged flowers
9. Buttons (and beads)
10. Hama beads and florist flowers
11. Supermarket flowers and twisted vines

The decorating series:
1. Decoupage and garden flowers
2. Lavender and sticks
4. Macramé cuff
6. Drinking straws and tassel tie
7. Decorating with leaves and bark
9. Buttons (and beads)
12. Upcycling with spray paint

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