A rose-filled orange makes a pretty place-card decoration.
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Slice through an orange two thirds up from the base. Use a spoon
to scoop out the flesh. Cut a cube of Oasis floral foam to fit
inside the orange and soak it in water. Trim a rose and stick it to
the Oasis. Place on a plate with a name card.
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Orange, 30p, Waitrose. Oasis, £23.40 for 20 blocks, Rainbow
Florist Supplies. Place carem £1.95, Mandalay. Miss Piggy rose,
£2.50 per stem; orange and rose arrangement, £10 (as part of a
wedding floral service), Hayford & Rhodes. Plate, £33 for four,
Sophie Conron for Portmeirion. Fork, 37p to hire, Jones
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