This is a quick craft, an hour or less from start to finish. I used faux "silk" roses from the dollar $tore to cover an 8-inch Styrofoam ball, except for the bottom that I pushed flat against the table to allow it to rest evenly without a vase or structural support. I used wire cutters to trim the stems to about 1.5-inches. Then poked a lead hole in the Styrofoam with a bamboo skewer, applied Elemer's school glue to the hole and inserted the bloom. Simple as that. I placed it on the top shelf of my crystal curio where it is illuminated and reflected in the back mirror. A complimentary felt bunting trims the opening, as seen in the reflection.
And the autumnal decorating continues. How Fun!