Floral Design Tutorial: Chic Holiday Centerpiece

The second Floral Design Tutorial we are offering is a SIMPLE & CHIC HOLIDAY CENTERPIECE TUTORIAL which is also at the Naperville Art League. Registration for this class has also begun. Contact Debbie at Naperartleague@aol.com or 630.355.3071. Learn how to design a chic, contemporary centerpiece using an assortment of flowers and materials for your Holiday table. You will design a square-vased arrangement that will be filled with ornaments on the inside and flowers coming out of the top. You will also learn how to make "mini present" accent arrangements for filling up larger tables or to make as a gift for friends and family. We will also learn how to make festive "flower bundles" that can be placed at each placesetting. Flowers will include a wide assortment of white, red and green blooms including spray roses, roses, spider mums, button poms, mokara orchids, brunia, stock, green dianthus, Christmas greens and other foliage, glass holiday ornaments and other accents. DATE: Sunday, December 19, 2010 TIME: 5:00 pm-8:00 pm CLASS TYPE: Adult CLASS SIZE: 6 min/12 max TAUGHT BY: Kristen Janes EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Basic-Moderate with interest in floral design FEE: $99 This fee covers all flowers, container/s and use of additional supplies* (We will provide community scissors, wire, floral tape, wire cutters, floral knives, etc. for using during class only (you do not get to keep them). SUPPLY LIST: Bunch Cutters (You may want to bring any of the non-floral supplies listed above if you do not wish to share)
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  1. kiokreations
    Posted October 26, 2010 at 1:04 am | Permalink

    Great! I am hoping we get at least 6 people so we can have the class!!!

  2. Mary Kay Fahey
    Posted October 25, 2010 at 10:06 pm | Permalink

    I’d love to attend this also! I’ll register through the NAL.