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Here are a few ideas for decorating your home using fresh cut flowers.

Fresh Cut flowers are great for adding that extra touch of elegance to a room.

Use vintage glass such as bottles and mason jars for a container of sweet flowers.

Cut the tops off of the flowers and float them in pretty bowls for tabletop display.

Put a few flowers in a kitchen glass and then place them inside a small basket for a simple look.

Tie a ribbon around a handful of flowers and lay on a silver tray or platter. Let them air dry to extend their beauty.

I love to use old rusty tins and add fresh flowers for an interesting arrangement.

Wrap a wire around the tops of containers and hang your flower bouquets off of doors and walls.

Line single flowers in small glass vases along with a window seal for impact.

Use a large lettuce leaf and wrap around a handful of flowers, then secure with a piece of raffia around the bundle.

Slice lemons or limes, place them in the bottom of a glass jar and then add your flowers for a sunny arrangement.

Place a small arrangement beside your bed so that it is the first thing you see in the mornings when you wake up.

You can find beautiful flowers to plant and use in these decorations at your garden center.

Source of Information on Fresh Cut Flowers