Red is a beautiful color and has historically been known to represent the color of love. This red rose centerpiece has a southwestern flair with this DIY stone bowl and rich red tones. This simple yet dazzling DIY is only 2 steps and is so easy to do. So gather your supplies together and let’s get started!
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How To Make a 2 Step Red Rose Centerpiece
STEP 1: The first step is to add 8-12 real touch roses to your 8 inch diameter half foam ball. Now mix in 1 dozen to 1 and a half dozen of full bloom red roses. Fill in the empty spots with the closed blooms that were on the same stems as the full blooms.
TIP: I purchased my full bloom red roses from the Dollar Tree. Purchasing flowers from the Dollar Tree is a huge cost saving.
STEP 2: Spray paint your salsa bowl with your Krylon Stone Black Granite spray paint. Be sure to let your spray paint dry overnight. Once it is dry, hot glue your foam ball to your bowl. Use your remaining roses to cover any spots you missed on your half foam ball.
THE FINAL STEP!
STEP 3: Set the table!
I absolutely love how this Red Rose Wedding or Quincenera Centerpiece turned out! The outcome is amazing and will definitely add that extra special touch to any event!
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