Are you too busy to commit to a regular flower arranging class? If so, this 4-week online flower arranging class is for you. Take the lessons in the comfort of your own home anywhere in the world, whenever you have some free time. There’s no real time commitment.
Via three emails a week we’ll talk about finding the “happy” place for your flowers, whether flower food works, the visual value of your flowers and choosing flowers for different events. Each week will end with a practical task – using a mix of written instructions, photo tutorials and video. We’ll make a contemporary arrangement in a class vase, an arrangement in a vintage tea cup and saucer, an informal arrangement in a jug and a tied posy.
You can take the lessons at a time to suit you – join in week by week, or stagger them out to suit you. I’ll be on-hand throughout to give you support and feedback through a dedicated private Facebook group.
The tips and tricks you’ll pick up will give you ideas to wow your friends and family with for years to come!
Julie Davies is The Florist. That Teaches. After many years in an office-based career, Julie retrained as a florist in 2004, but wasn’t happy with just providing displays for funerals and weddings.
Her real passion is teaching, watching her students bring flowers to life, and seeing their joy as the stresses and strains of everyday life melt away in the therapy of arranging flowers.
Julie teaches a variety of flower arranging classes, for women looking for an alternative book club or girls’ night in, to clients with mental health issues as a part of their therapy, and even pop-up workshops at beautiful locations in Kent.
She’s grown her flower arranging business from the kitchen table to deliver online flower arranging classes to kitchen tables all around the country.
Technology now means you can take your first steps on your flower adventure snuggled up on the sofa with your tablet, during your lunch break, or at the kitchen table after the children are in bed. I’ve been there. And I’m still here with you – taking in floral images on Pinterest and cutting out pages from my favourite magazines for inspiration.