Permanent Goblet 1 It’s the little additions we come up with in our designs that make a difference.  Financially and artfully.  These don’t have to be earth shattering.  Just enough to give visual dimension.   A little more time can give a whole lotta soul.

En suites in most houses probably aren’t embellished with permanent designs.  Or if they are, might be a good idea to throw it out.  Change up asked for, I oblige. 

Gathering goblets from the client’s array of accessories, I decided tall and thin was the design mode.   Bamboo, rocks, and reindeer moss for nature, faux ficus leaves for a touch of green.

Covering a small piece of dried foam with moss I fit the piece into the goblet, adding the small rocks from Home Depot in and around the interior base.  permanent goblet leaves closeupI had predesigned the bamboo (TJ Maxx find) with the ficus leaves, winding the wired string in different areas along with a bit of pan glue, as well as dabbing the glue on the leaves before placing them on the bamboo.

Bits of colored reindeer moss finish off the design after inserting the unit into the foam.  Glass, nature, faux….it’s all good.


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Joe Guggia AIFD

Passionate about floral and décor with my site goal being to share flower arranging tips and information I've learned during my career. Being in the industry for over 45 years, I've been a plant grower and manager, ran my own retail shop for 32 years, appointed to the design team of CSFA (California State Floral Association) for two years, have been a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers for 20 years. I'm currently on the board for the AIFD Social Media team sharing floral art information on various social media platforms. My motto is "educate, motivate, and create" which I hope to instill and share with you for many years. Be well my friend, and go create!

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