May 2017 Class Pictures
Place a small wreath on a charger or large 21 Place a small wreath on a charger or large plate. Place a cylinder vase in the middle and add a candle. If the inside bottom of the vase is uneven, add sand or crushed glass to level.
A collection of containers filled with flowers and candles can be used in multiple formats. Shown here grouped in a round arrangement for a round or square table, buffet, tea cart.....
The easiest way to create a long centerpiece is using multiple containers. It is also a great way to utilize a closet full of containers.
Dress up plain ivory candles with burlap ribbon by gluing it so itself after wrapping. Always remember to never leave a candle burning unattended.
A trumpet shaped vase self-arranges. As the stems are placed, they stack on each other to develop a beautiful, round-form design.
Fill a small whitewashed saucer with lavender blooms. Place a tied bunch of lavender over it, add a nest and bird to easily create a fragrant accent piece.
Choose plants from the same environment to mix in a dish garden. Use garden books or living plants to learn how to style the plants in a natural, growing form.
The premade basket made this design easy. Adding a few tropical flowers framed the nest in the center. The perfect spot to display a bird, figure or even elephant.
A kokedama is much easier to care for when planted with artificial flowers. To make wrap a piece of dry base foam in moss and use wire or wreath string to secure.