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Floristry courses

Floristry courses, classes and workshops are taught all across the UK. Want to learn the art of floristry and make beautiful bouquets and corsages? Florists can place the right colours, scents and textures together to create the perfect bouquet for a table, wedding, church or bridal bouquet.

Due to popular demand I am holding another rag wreath workshop. This time I thought we could all use hearts, either classic red for valentines or maybe cream for a more spring like wreath. A deposit of £12.50 is required at point of booking. Colour schemes need to be advised 2-3 weeks before hand at the very latest.
On a recent visit to Australia, I fell in love with the shop displays in Burleigh Heads that included suspended string plants. I found out that these were ‘kokedama’; a centuries old form of garden art that originated in Japan and similar to the technique of bonsai. The trend is growing in the UK and hanging indoor gardens are fun to make. Come and join us a make your very own kokedama. What you will...
Leicestershire - Next course on 30th March 2019
Tresillian House hosts this fabulous one day course! Artisan Gardener Christina will demonstrate all you need to know to make a living wreath. A gorgeous addition to your garden, still ready and stunning to incorporate into your festive decorations at the end of the year and beyond. It is always so sad to see flowers and wreaths come to an end but the Living Wreath is exactly that! Living! Watch it grow and give endless...
Catherine Gray Flowers will teach you how to make a beautiful, festive door wreath. Why buy a wreath from the shops when you can come to the farm, enjoy a festive snack and learn to make a unique one of your own? These long-lasting arrangements will stay perfect until Christmas and are sure to be the envy of all your friends and neighbours. This course is suitable for everyone from complete beginners to more seasoned...
A two hour class to build your own mini eco-sytem. Perfect for a group of friends, a hen party or just to make something unique and special for yourself or a loved one. Florist & Terrarium expert Alys Dobbie will run through a step-by-step workshop for you to create and take home your own bespoke garden in a bottle.
Cheshire - Next course on 30th March 2019
Make a flower arrangement for your Mum... or Gran... or Stepmum... Or bring her with you & make a flower arrangement each. Spend a couple of hours making a table centre to take home. We'll have a coffee and a cake and talk flowers. At this time of year, the Tulips should be in bloom in the Flower Field - fingers crossed! We will have a wander & pick what we can. My style is...
Suffolk - Next course on 16th March 2019
In Japan, broken pottery is often repaired with gold lacquer. These visible repairs are seen as part of the history of the object, highlighting the cracks and symbolising fragility, strength and beauty. We can apply the philosophy of Kintsugi to our own lives by embracing our imperfections. In the first half of this workshop we repair a pot Kintsugi style and learn more about the Kintsugi philosophy. After which we celebrate springs opening buds by...
North Yorkshire
Join us on a crafting weekend break in lovely Scarborough. You will be hosted throughout the weekend, and there will be at least three separate crafting sessions - i.e. floristy, lampshade making, and one other to be agreed depending on your interests. You will leave with your own handmade products to take away with you.
The dinner table is where we come together with our family and friends to celebrate family occassions, so let us show you how to make your table stand out from the crowd with a distinctive style that includes not only flowers and foliage but also looks at the entire table setting from linen to cutlery, to glasses and place settings. We’ll share with you our styling tips and simple tricks of the trade that will...
A fun and relaxed afternoon of craft - no experience necessary. You'll be shown how to make a simple wreath base from birch twigs and other natural materials. We'll then decorate paper mache eggs and create flowers from ribbon and hessian. All elements will be combined to create a colourful wreath to celebrate the arrival of spring.