class schedule for 2014!

Flower class 9

I am teaching a few classes this year, so I thought I'd round them up all in one post! I get lots of emails asking about in-person and online classes, so here you go:

– My ongoing, online, flower arranging class, Flower Arranging 101, currently has sessions open for February, March, and April. This class is available to everyone around the world! You need to provide your own flowers, clippers, and to have a camera you can upload photos with (a camera phone is fine). There are also a few other supplies that are outlined in each chapter. For info on sourcing your own flowers, read my posts on that here and here.

Flower class 3

– I am teaching a flower masterclass in Seattle at Aran's gorgeous studio near Pike Place Market  on May 17th.  This course covers the basics of working with fresh flowers. You'll make a wild garden arrangement and a little hand-tied bouquet. Flowers, tools, and lunch included. We'll take a field trip to Pike Place, where I'll teach you about how to choose flowers to get that effortless, just-picked-from-the-garden feel with your arrangements. More info here

Flower class 8

– On Tuesday, February 11th, I am holding a special mini flower arranging session at Maven Collective, in the evening. This is a great opportunity to get an introduction to flower arranging. I'll cover the basics of working with fresh flowers and we'll be making garden-style, hand-tied bouquets in a sweet packaging for you to gift to a friend, loved one, or yourself! Sign up here

Flower class 4

Oh and the styling class with Aran Goyoaga is sold out. I'll keep you posted if I add any more styling classes to the schedule.

Feel free to email me with any questions you might have as well! 

Thanks!

xo

Chelsea

Photos by the lovely Samantha Shorey from our Summer School course.

2 Comments

  1. Hi Chelsea

    I’m very excited to be taking your next online arranging class! It’s an art I’ve wanted to learn more about for a very long time, and I was thrilled to find your classes.

    Thanks for the flower sourcing tips you link to in this post. I’d been wondering about that.

    See you when class starts.

    Nan

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