These are the classes we will be teaching in Chicago:
This aged and elaborate Victorian planter makes an ideal home for a beautiful assortment of some familiar and much-loved
houseplants, including variegated philodendron, gold-dust dracaena, mother-in-law tongue, and lush Boston fern. The
finishing touch is a parakeet in a hanging bird cage. You will learn various plant making techniques and some fun and
easy painting tricks. Bring needle-nose tweezers and small, sharp scissors.
Orange shaded pixie lilies and bright faced yellow “pinwheels” combine to create a striking summer arrangement
in a casual wooden container. Take a close look as you recreate the detailed lilies with their shaded petals, flecked
with brown, and at the authentic looking stamen. You will learn “tricks of the trade” and will be very pleased
with your results. Bring needle-nose tweezers and small, sharp scissors.
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