I am so, so proud of all my May flower students! I was blown away by their work! I had plans to feature more of their flower arrangements here but I ran out of space and time. There were students from as far away as Australia, Greece, and England! Here are just a few of their lovely creations. The charming arrangement above is by Maleeha Khan.
Above, an almost entirely homegrown bouquet by Laurie Heriz-Smith.
Hi friends! Here are a few of my recent product finds I've written about over at my Babble blog. I recently discovered the Japanese brand, Laula, and am terribly fond of their clothing with its clean lines and special litte details. I am also dreaming of summertime, the beach,flowers (as always!), and am on the hunt for the perfect pair of overalls! More of my Babble posts below:
One of my flower students, Nancy, made this oh so sweet flower crown for her daughter! I thought these photos were adorable! In the third week of Flower Arranging 101, I teach the students to make flower crowns. She used waxfower, forget me nots, and sage, and below is a version with waxflower and lily of the valley.
I'll never be a chic French girl, but I can send away to Paris for adorable French clothing. Charlotte Auzou makes the prettiest pieces, always with simple lines, infused with just a bit of sweetness. I have my eye on this purse and I love this bold pink top!
I thought it would be fun to close out the week here on Frolic! with some work from my flower students. What's fun is that my students are from all over! I'll be sharing more of their work in the coming weeks. Above is a hand-tied bouquet from Rebekka Seale in Nashville. Below, is a bouquet from Kate Miss in LA. It's been such a fun week watching their work roll in!
We still have a few spots left in our summer sessions if you'd like to sign up! I hope you all have a lovely weekend!
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