Archive for July, 2009
If you’re stuck for ideas on your next flower arranging activity, here is one for you: check out some of the Impressionist paintings (there are some great reproductions on the internet if you don’t have the time to go to a museum), and get inspired!
All the periods are an inspiration for flower arranging, however Impressionists [...]
Decorative wood has been since long used in flower arranging. It has been called ‘drift wood’, ‘ cypress knees’, ‘ weathered wood’, ‘ghost wood,’, ‘dried wood’, but for our purposes is really decorative wood, because it can beautifully decorate a flower arrangementRead More
As in anything that is for eye pleasure, colors are the most eye-catching elements in a flower arranging design. Color can be harmonious when used in mass arrangements, or exquisite as displayed in more modern arrangements.Read More