September 14, 2010

Branches, Fruits, and Mosses – Exploring the Textures of Fall

Sunday, October 24
1:00-4:00 pm

Stretch your imagination and learn to incorporate other natural materials into your Fall flower arrangements.  Berries, branches, feathers, mosses, and fruits have always been favorite elements of my designs over the years – see how much fun you can have working with them as you create magnificent pieces. I love working with these unusual elements, and I think you will as well.

Participants will use a variety of flowers including antique hydrangea, hypernicum, rothschild lilies, amber cymbidium orchids, ranunculus, craspedia, kale, limonium, and a host of mosses, fruits, leaves, pods, and branches to create free and natural arrangements in an antiqued urn.

Workshop is $175 plus tax.
Fee includes all materials and flowers.
Payments accepted via PayPal or personal check.

Workshops are limited to 8 participants and are open to all levels of ability.
Clippers and aprons will be provided and are my gift to you.
Celebratory drink, food, and merriment included!

To sign up or to ask questions, please e-mail

Where is the studio?
The workshop studio is in the heart of Wayne at 135 Pennsylvania Avenue.  Located directly off of South Wayne Avenue, the studio is a short walk from the Regional Rail train station. Ample parking is available as well both at the front of the studio and along the street.

Also, please note that the photographs here are just some examples of color and texture - not strict examples of what participants will create in the workshop.

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