We've always flown by the seat of our pants when it comes to arranging flowers, but there is something to be said for knowing how to create the perfect bouquet. Usually, that's when a flower frog is introduced so your arrangement doesn't appear to look willy-nilly. And then we spotted Patricia's DIY flower frog--something we're definitely going to replicate at home.We have a handful of plastic food containers that are just waiting to be upcycled for this purpose. Just add sectioned off tape and you've got yourself your own DIY flower frog. Individual flowers no longer have to drape and droop. Just place stems into the sectioned off areas and you've got yourself a vibrant bouquet for your centerpiece. Just don't forget to hide the plastic container with a basket or chic vase.