A few months ago I taught an evening flower class at Maven Collective. We had a fun group of girls! I taught them how to make hand-tied bouquets from a selection of anemones, hyacinth, ranunculus and greens. Thanks to all the girls who attended and to Maven Collective for hosting. These lovely photos are by the wonderful Linnea Paulina!
If you are interested in taking a flower class from me, I am teaching one last in-person class in Seattle at the end of May. I also teach an ongoing, online course over at Nicole’s Classes which is open to anyone around the world, to learn at your own pace.
P.S. Excuse the flower heavy posts as of late. Happy April!
Photos: Linnea Paulina.
Those yellow ranunculus at the end there look stunning. They’re my new favourite flower, I love how many beautiful colours they come in.
I live in Alaska. Wintertime I hardly see flowers unless I drive three hours for them. The summers I have easier access but they are wild or what I plant in my garden. I would love to have easy access to flowers because they would fill my home.
I would love to take a class! Such a great life skill.
This looks so lovely, and I love your new branding! PS. I’ve almost signed up for your Seattle class a thousand times… If only it wasn’t on the other side of the country…!! Hope all is well!