Beginner | 39 min
In this class, Alethea and Jill of Studio Choo teach the basics of making a gorgeous tabletop centerpiece, perfect for a holiday dinner. The arrangement begins with a lush framework of seasonal evergreen branches, and grows with flowers like amaryllis, ranunculus, and tulips that add pops of color. Berry branches are added last to create movement. As Jill explains her design process, the arrangement takes shape before your eyes, demonstrating how easy it can be to create an eye-catching centerpiece--even if this is your first time playing with flowers.
Here’s what you’ll need:Materials:
- container/vessel for floral arrangements
- cedar branches
- pine branches
- fir branches
- plum colored viburnum berries
- seeded eucalyptus
- purple and red ranunculus
- purple and orange tulips
- red winter berry
- flower and branch clippers
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