Angie Zimmerman teaches you how to make 2 styles of centerpieces, using very colorful flowers. These can be used for a Cinco
De Mayo celebration or any other event where you want colorful centerpieces.
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How to Make a Colorful Centerpiece
Hi I’m Angie Zimmerman the flower diva and today this is what I'm going to show you how to make. I’m calling this Cinco de Mayo centerpieces but really they’re colorful they can be used for any kind of a celebration that you might have in mind. I did this one in a terracotta pot. It’s got a lot of colorful flowers, lilies, mums, carnations, ranunculus and some hidden little treats, some little peppers. And I did -- this one is actually the other half of this mache container and this is intended to go around an umbrella outside like for a patio umbrella. So I just did the one half to show you what that would look like but this what it’s intended to do. If you wanted to do the Cinco de Mayo theme you could also incorporate the little piñatas which I think they are so cute. And they could go either direct here with the piñatas on either side of it, or you can turn it this way and have an absolutely adorable centerpiece theme for Cinco de Mayo or any other Mexican celebration for that matter, enjoy.
Okay, so what I’m going to be showing you now are the materials that you're going to need to put together what I’m calling a Cinco de Mayo centerpiece. And I’m going to show you two different methods of doing this. So with torches and quite a few flowers and took a few out of my yard. This is a heavy bucket. So I purchased this just this morning at my local grocery store and I purchased this because of the color. This has got some great color on it. I'm almost done here. This is a kind of thing that you would like to think I need to have. I don’t know. I think need another one here better with.
So let’s used these orange peppers just because it’s another contrasting color. Here is the terracotta. I hope you enjoy. This is what I call a Cinco de Mayo, a very colorful centerpiece that can be used for any celebration but in this case I’m recommending that for Cinco de Mayo, May 5th coming right up, enjoy.