How to Make a Photo Bouquet
1. Cut several lengths of picture wire, from 8-10 inches each so that the pictures will be slightly staggered.
2. At the base of the alligator clip, there should be a tab with wings. Insert the wire into this and use the pliers to clamp this down securely over the wire.
3. Do this for as many clamps and lengths of wire as you would like to be in the bouquet.
4. Insert the wire lengths into a tall, narrow mouthed vase.
5. Clamp the alligator clamps onto the pictures.
That is the basic beginning to the photo bouquet. The photos should stand upright on their own in the vase, but they can look a little barren. You always have the option to fill the vase chock full of photos (15-20) at which point, you should stagger them from about 6-12 inches to ensure that all of the photos will be visible once the final product is arranged. It's called a bouquet because there will be some finesse in arranging them so that you can see all of the photos, but once this is accomplished, it makes a truly unique centerpiece for any table.