By Pamela Dennis. Graduation Gift. Published at Friday, January 05th, 2018 - 15:26:41 PM.
How You Can Make Your Own Lei: First, you need to buy 40-50 flowers which you like most. The petals are very important when making your own lei, so you just need to separate them in a cooler place on the top of the plastic bag. After that, you should cut off your thin string around 30-40 inches depending on what is your grad length. Once you cut your string the next thing you have to do is knot one end a few times so its working like a stopper when you thread your flowers. Also, you need to leave some knot to connect both ends of your lei. Then tie the other end of your string with the needle.
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DIY Graduation Flower Arrangements! In Philippines, May and June are the graduation season. The best way to celebrate your big day with Lei. Lei is actually a Hawaiian tradition but becoming popular whole over the world especially in Philippines. In this blog, we are discussing how you can make a Lei for your graduation flower arrangements. Although you can buy your pre-made lei by choosing a florist, they can give flower delivery Philippines based on your demand. But you want to make your own lei then you can add some of your favorite flowers as like you want to add. You can choose lots of variations like Roses, Orchids, Daisies, carnations etc.
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