The cheerful gerbera daisy is the fifth most widely used cut flower in the world (after rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, and tulip). Just because she’s not the most popular girl at the dance doesn’t diminish her vibrant rainbow of colors, including bright pink, snow white, sunny yellow, peach and ruby red. You can make your own easy and affordable DYI daisy flower bouquet with fresh daisies, additional flowers such as sunflowers or roses, green floral tape, hot glue, and matching fabric or ribbon. To maximize your flowers' freshness, trim the stems and soak gerbera daisies in water or a preservative solution overnight. Arrange the stems and greenery as you like. Starting at the base, wrap floral tape tightly down around stems and then back up again. Break the tape with your fingers. Wrap the ribbon or fabric around the base and stems of the flowers and secure with hot glue or corsage pins.
Delicate white and yellow plumeria from Hawaii.
Easy to make, why not give it a try?