March 2017 Class Pictures

Trash to Treasure

Spring Vignette
Spring Vignette

Removing the hat from the vignette gives the design a less 'gardeney' feel, perhaps more suited to a winery or summer party.

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Spring Vignette
Spring Vignette

Repetition, as shown with the like-colored bottles creates unity in a design with multiple components.

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Spring Vignette
Spring Vignette

A bottle arrangement gives the eperne added height for better proportion in the vignette, and coordinates it to the composite design on the right side.

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Spring Vignette
Spring Vignette

Related components are gathered to make a large vignette. The sun hat, daisies and chickens bring sunny days, vineyards, and organic living to mind.

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Stacked Terracotta Pots
Stacked Terracotta Pots

Stack terracotta pots and saucers to create an epergne. To make it permanent use epoxy glue to attach the parts.

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Pave a Box Top
Pave a Box Top

In floral design, pave' is the technique of cutting plant materials very short and placing them close together to create undulating mounds of color and texture.

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Cinderella's Slipper
Cinderella's Slipper

Do you have a beautiful pair of shoes you never had an opportunity to wear...... turn them into art by filling the shoe with dry base foam and pave' flowers over the openig.

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Egg Stack
Egg Stack

Cut a round base out of cardboard and cover with coordinating fabric. Pave' a ring around the outside edge to create a pretty border and feature something in the center.

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Egg Candlering
Egg Candlering

Cut a circle of cardboard. Cover with fabric. Pave' the outer edge of the circle with flowers and foliage.

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