Flower arranging has become increasingly popular for people of all ages and backgrounds.
Have you ever put flowers in a vase and they just don’t sit right?
By learning a few basic principles you will be able to create attractive floral designs for your own home and for family and friends.
Flowers add the finishing touch to any setting.
Imagine the pleasure you will get by being able to make a lovely flower arrangement for your entrance hall or a floral centrepiece for the dining room table.
Flower arrangements make the perfect gift for so many different occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, get well wishes, or to simply say “I care”.
Unlike many other hobbies, you don’t need a lot of expensive equipment.
You can often use flowers and foliage from your own garden or you can buy some inexpensive flowers.
You can also create floral designs using silk flowers.
There are some very natural looking silk flowers available and you will be able to make lasting floral designs.
It’s not the flowers you use but how you position them that makes the difference.
There are a few basic rules in flower arranging such as balance, harmony, colour co-ordination and suitabilty for where the arrangement will finally be placed. Once you learn the basic rules of flower arranging you can quickly make eye catching floral designs.
You will save money creating your own floral designs and you can also make extra income selling your designs.
Imagine the thrill of being able to say “I made it myself”.
The benefits of learning flower arranging are many –
Flower arranging is creative and fun
Flower arranging is interesting.
Relaxing. It’s a great stress reducer
You will have a sense of achievement by learning a new skill.
Discover the exciting world of flower arranging.
Flower Arranging The Easy Way
Visit www.floral-art-school.com.au to see photographs of different styles of flower arrangements. Fay Chamoun, Principal Floral Art School of Australia and International Floral Design School www.floral-art-school.com.au
About the Author and Publisher: This article is written by Fay Chamoun Principal of Floral Art School of Australia and International Floral Design School. Fay Chamoun Copyright1996