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Bring Spring to Life with Floral Couture and LIFEWTR

Bring Spring to Life with Floral Couture and LIFEWTR

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Making floral couture has been a hobby of mine for many years. When the spring equinox peaks I am overcome with inspiration from all the beautiful blooms here in North Carolina. From bradford pear trees to dogwoods to my personal favorite, crepe myrtles, there is an endless bounty of beauty when spring arrives. With my little basket and some garden shears, I go outside and collect every unique bloom or leaf I see. All of the spring colors and freshness in the air is so inspiring.

While I sit down to make my floral couture pieces, I love having a drink of LIFEWTR to help me get inspired. The colorful and expressive packaging refreshes my mind and the purified water and pH balanced with electrolytes keeps my body hydrated. I absolutely love that I can conveniently pick up my favorite LIFEWTR bottles at any 7-Eleven store. Seriously! One quick trip to your local 7-Eleven and you can score the tastiest and freshest water, and admire the beautiful packaging – inspiration on the outside, hydration on the inside.

To make floral couture you don’t need many things. All you need is to follow these easy steps:

  1. Get your materials together: You will need some live flowers (wild or store bought), scissors, white poster board, a pencil and some LIFEWTR to keep you inspired and hydrated.
  1. Sketch a mannequin that you will be making the floral couture for.
  2. Then, gently pull apart your flower petals and make each part of the flower into its own pile.
  3. Start arranging your materials as you wish. You can redesign your favorite runway looks in floral form, of you can create a piece that was completely imagined by you!


My favorite thing to make with floral couture is fairy-inspired outfits. With all of the different shapes and sizes of flower petals, the inspiration is endless. You can redesign your favorite Disney princess dresses or make up something completely on your own. Whatever gets you outside and your brain pumped up with creativity!

This project is so innovative and fun for all ages. I love that there are no boundaries in this fun, creative project – just make what you feel. I’m so happy I have a fun seasonal activity that makes me go outside to appreciate the beauty of nature, and allows me to be artistic. With a sip of LIFEWTR from 7-Eleven the inspiration is ever-flowing.

  • Amy Desrosiers/ 27.03.2017Reply

    These are super gorgeous creations! I love the fairy outfits and kind of would love to see one transform into a real life attire. #client

  • Nataly/ 28.03.2017Reply

    I love those floral creations and this water looks tasty! I need to try it next time!

  • Ashley DTKAustin/ 28.03.2017Reply

    I literally buy that water because of their awesome packaging!! It’s so colorful and makes me ready for summer!!

  • Makayla M./ 28.03.2017Reply

    I love this water… they have the cutest packaging!!!

    Xo Makayla

  • SABRINA TAN/ 28.03.2017Reply

    Been seeing these everywhere! Love this project so much – the flower couture is such a cute idea and you’re so right that it’s fun for all ages.

    Sabrina | Gypsy Tan

    • tayloraube/ 28.03.2017Reply

      Thanks so much girl! It was a fun project 🙂

  • Morgan/ 28.03.2017Reply

    I saw these in the store the other day and tbh, I wanted to try one just because of the packaging! haha!

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  • Courtney/ 28.03.2017Reply

    love the expressiveness on the this packaging. I love your art too 😉

    Courtney Bentley ||

    • tayloraube/ 30.03.2017Reply

      Thanks Courtney! This was such a fun project.

  • Alice/ 29.03.2017Reply

    Same! I’ve seen Life Water everywhere and I still haven’t tried it yet. Your art is gorgeous too btw!

    Alice at Lone Star Looking Glass

  • Anna Cobbs/ 30.03.2017Reply

    I love their labels – so cool!!! I haven’t tried this yet but definitely will now!

    xx – anna

  • Amy Loochtan/ 31.03.2017Reply

    I love the packaging of this water, it’s just so fun!

    Coffee Beans and Bobby Pins

    • tayloraube/ 06.04.2017Reply

      Isn’t it so perfect? I’m not going to lie I still have my bottles and I refill them, they are just so cute!

  • emily/ 31.03.2017Reply

    What fun water bottles- would totally buy simply because of the cute label haha

    • tayloraube/ 06.04.2017Reply

      Right?! Packaging is so important!

  • Maggie/ 01.04.2017Reply

    I’ve seen them all over the place but haven’t tried them yet!! I’ll have to try them now!

    • tayloraube/ 06.04.2017Reply

      Yes girl! They are so great and they come out with new artwork every few months 🙂

  • candace/ 20.04.2017Reply

    I see this water every time I go to Target! I just need to try it.



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