DIY Dried Floral Bouquet Course

£35.90

The Course:

Do you find yourself curious on how to create gorgeous hand-tied arrangements with dried flowers? This course will teach you the simple tricks and tips to make stunning arrangements. Get in touch with your creative side and work with natural ingredients to explore form, shape, colour and other principles of design.  Learn how to create everlasting arrangements to enjoy for years to come.

The Teacher:

Flavia is the founder of Flavia Studio, an east London floral design studio. The studio has styled and created bespoke designs for the likes of Hendricks, Red Letter Day and Getty images.

What You Get:

You will receive a kit that includes the below:

  •  A selection of dried flowers, grasses and foliage.
  • Twine
  • Gingham ribbon
  • Access to a video tutorial demonstrating how to create a bespoke hand tied arrangement .

You will need:

  • Scissors

The video will explore the process of spiralling the stems and other floristry tips and tricks. It will also touch on the process of drying, what works well and what is usually less successful.  This is a fun way to get in touch with your creative self and reconnect with nature. A craft that is often described as therapeutic, all while creating a beautiful bouquet for your home or as a gift. The kits also work well as gifts and we can include gift messages & wrapping upon request.

Access The Course:

Pre-orders will be given access to the downloadable course introduction alongside their orders. They will be the first to receive an email link to access the course when it becomes available on November 2nd and the DIY kit will be dispatched from our east London studio and delivered across the UK with a 5-7 day dispatch time. The price of £35.90 includes shipping.

 

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Format

Online + Kit

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