Making this arrangement was super easy. First, I grabbed 2 mason jars, took off the tops, and removed the lid part, screwing the rest of the top back on. Then I filled each jar up about 3/4 of the way with water.
Then, I decided that since I had 10 tulips and 10 daffodils, I would put 5 of each into each jar. After separating them, I slowly worked my way through each tulip - first cutting it down (at an angle) and then clipping the larger side leaves that I had removed to later incorporate back into the arrangement. I also cut the daffodils down to size in a bunch (at an angle).
Finally, with my 3 piles of greens, I placed 5 tulips in my hand and wrapped them around the 5 daffodils. Then, I placed them into the mason jar, keeping them standing as I placed the clipped leaves around the inside of the vase. I did this to keep the daffodils and tulips and from sliding.
I absolutely love how these two arrangements came out and I placed one on our kitchen counter and another on my nightstand.
PS. I am not, nor have ever been, a flower expert of any kind. Anything you see here is just what I like and what I've found works for me by trial and error over time.