Our assigned project for the second week of Nicole’s Classes Floral Arranging 101 was a “wild English garden” arrangement. I fell a bit short when it came to sourcing flowers and greens (hello… bamboo?), but I tried to follow directions as best I could to create an arrangement with an effortless, not so structured look.
During week 2, I learned about “S” composition in flower arranging, how to make a floral frog out of twigs, and the value of having neighbors who will let you forage in their gardens (I, um… live next door to a bar).
While I’m fairly certain I did not ace the assignment, I am happy with the finished product. I especially love the bright blue campanula and how it spills over the vase.
For week 3 (you can find my week 1 project here), we made floral head wreaths, perfect for Grace’s first
Coachella Easter. More on that soon.
Also On Tap for Today:
- Cherishing my final week of maternity leave…
- Love this watercolor-inspired diy gift idea from Minted
- Spending Earth Day outside 🙂
What have you been working on lately?