Valentines Day Flowers
Show your love with Valentine's Day flowers from Roses Only this Feb 14.
1. Birch Love Vase
Use a birch bark vase and a wood burning tool to mimic the romance of initials carved into a tree trunk.
2. Carnation Cones
Using our cone clip art, you can create these easy and sweet carnation bouquets. Just print onto heavyweight paper and cut out. Shape into a cone and fasten at tabs using double sided tape. Bind stems with floral tape and set inside cone.
3. Chocolate Wrapper
The vase underneath this bunch of roses, dusty miller foliage, and nerine lilies is wrapped to look like a box of chocolate.Print clip art onto heavyweight paper; cut out. Wrap around vase and secure with double sided tape.
4. Heart Arrangement
This arrangement of parrot tulips and nerine lilies is made even more sweet thanks to the candy hearts tucked inside.To make the conversation hearts, print and cut out our clip art and, using string, attach them to an 11 inch piece of wire bent into a curve.
5. Heart Centerpiece
On February 14, only one flower will do. Its not that a big bouquet isnt sublime, but a single genus best conveys a message of love the rose, preferably in lush tones of red and pink. Although long stems crowd every florists cooler, any romantic knows that beautiful blossoms are the heart of the matter especially when their stems are cut short and theyre gathered into tiny vases or glasses arranged in the unmistakable shape of affection.

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