Posts Tagged ‘spring flowers’

Woodland Wreath and Lantern

These woodland wreaths were made with lots of texture, some bark, succulents, ferns, hellebores, fritillarias and a few other flower for an event.

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Gnarly Wood and Spring Flowers

This beautiful gnarly piece of wood was secured to a container as the base of this miniature gardenscape of hellebore, muscari, tulips, columbines, primulas, enkianthus, succulents, ferns and an array of textures.

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Woodland in the Spring

When I was in Vermont last month to teach workshops at Green Mountain Floral Supply, Inc., Jayson Munn gave me an exquisite piece of wood that he had collected. It was beyond perfect for a project I worked on last week… My good friend Elizabeth Bryant with Rose Hill Flower Farm supplied the wonderful burgundy […]

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Spring Flowers for Oregon Art Beat’s Fundraiser ( 2)

Katherine Sealy, with Event Cosmetics, and dA:dA HAIR hosted a fundraiser for OPB’s  Oregon Art Beat this past weekend. Katherine invited me to do the flowers for this special event. Thank you Andie Petkus for the great pictures!

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Spring Flowers for Oregon Art Beat’s Fundraiser ( 1)

Katherine Sealy, with Event Cosmetics, and dA:dA HAIR hosted a fundraiser for OPB’s  Oregon Art Beat this past weekend. Katherine invited me to do the flowers for this special event. Thank you Andie Petkus for the great pictures!

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Haute Couture Botanique Show

Last fall, photographer Ted Mishima and I decided to do a  show together. We have been collaborating for 4 years on botanical couture photo shoots and we thought it would be fun to showcase his photography and have some models who would showcase botanical headpieces, jewelry, purses and shoes. Mount Burns, owner of St John’s […]

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Gnarled Root Structure with Spring Flowers

A woodland arrangement that I made for a memorial service today. It was several years ago that I bought this gnarled root structure and it was simply perfect for this occasion.

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Bright Spring Flowers and Terra Cotta

A large terra cotta saucer was perfect for this bright spring arrangement made with forsythia, tulips, daffodils, ranunculus, accacia, sandersonia, kalanchoe, succulents, moss and small zucchinis. Photos: Joni Photo

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Log Arrangement for Demo at Florabundance Design Days

Here are some pictures of the log arrangement that served as the demo piece for the class that I taught at Florabundance , earlier this month. The selection of textures and flowers were fantastic! More on the workshop later this week.

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Woodland Table Arrangement with Early Spring Flowers

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