Gerberas and Roses
Gerbera daisies are very popular designer flowers and are very easy to combine with other flowers and greenery.
Designed by Diane Flowers for The Dow Chemical Company
- STYROFOAM Brand Foam 12”x4” Cone
- Paper- 12”x12” Sheet - Sunny Side up Circles
- Pink Gerberas- 2
- Pink and Red Mixed Color Roses- 9
- Eucalyptus Stems- 4
- Tulip Leaf- 2
- Geranium Leaves- 6
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Floral Shears
- Tombow Mono Glue
- Serrated Knife
- Wax Candle
Rub the knife across the wax candle for ease of cutting and cut the cone of STYROFOAM brand foam approximately 5-1/2” from the larger side.
Carefully roll the sides of the trimmed cone base across the scrapbook paper and trace the top and bottom edges using the pencil. Use scissors to cut the traced paper piece.
Trace around the smaller end of the cone onto the paper and cut out the traced circle.
Use the Tombow glue to cover the sides and bottom of the cone base with the paper.
Trim the gerberas to 12” and 7” and insert them into the center of the larger top end of the paper covered cone base, using the picture as a guide.
Insert the tulip leaf between the gerberas. Trim the eucalyptus to different lengths between 12” and 7” and insert them around the sides and behind the gerberas.
Trim the rose stems to approximately 4” to 5” and insert them around the bottom of the gerberas. Leaving space on one side for adding the geranium leaves.
Insert the geranium leaves on one side and use hot glue to secure all of the leaves and stems.