Become a floral expert. If you are struggling to find a floral design experience so you can learn to create beautiful floral designs...the flower classroom is your floral education destination.
I give you the hands on tools to achieve amazingly BEAUTIFUL floral designs.
I provide: quality content+quality flowers+quality design skills=floral artist.
Floral Classes by appointment
Floral Design classes by appointment
Consumer Bunch Floral Design Class
Learn to create a beautiful round design in water. We cover the principals and elements of design, color theory, the care and handling of flowers for longevity+ so much more! All in 2.5 hours of FLOWER FUN����
Everything is included, you bring the creative spirit, and a friend. And go home with an AMAZING floral design.
Class size: 2 students. $95 each
evenings 6:30-9pm begin April 6, 2020
Have a different topic you are interested in learning more about....Contact me for pricing and set your appointment.
MUMS are in fashion on the floral scene, so it’s time to reconsider them if you haven’t already. Banish any thoughts about the kinds that show up each September in garden centers. Instead think about varieties of chrysanthemums that lend themselves to surprise, flowers so elegant and aesthetically unusual that they beg a closer look. See what varieties farmer and florist Erin Benzakein grows in Washington’s Skagit Valley and how she combines them with other materials to make captivating arrangements that announce that FALL has clearly arrived.
Halloween is the second-largest holiday for decorating, second only to Christmas. And interest doesn’t seem to be waning. To entice some spooky shoppers into your floral business, demonstrate that your shop is in the spirit of the season by:
1. Decorating your shop in ghoulish hues, and accent your space with creepy cobwebs and other frightful fare, such as jack-o’-lanterns, black cats, and a mix of ghosts and goblins.
2. Wearing costumes the week of the holiday both in the shop and for deliveries. Attire can be as simple as a witch’s hat or a mask, or you can encourage your staff members to go all out — as long as they keep costumes tasteful.
3. Hosting a pumpkin painting or carving class or contest. Pick up some fresh pumpkins, and supply the tools necessary to complete cute or creepy jack-o’-lanterns. Offer a prize to the victors.
Unsure how to view the class schedule or how to sign up for a class.....email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be glad to answer any question at: 913-708-2988
Christina Burton-Fox AIFD