In this first video of our new weekly subscription-based flower design course, you'll learn how to use chicken wire to design in a vase. Why chicken wire? It's eco-friendly, works well for delicate stems and helps keeps the stems locked into the vase. Since it's winter when we start our course, we'll work with white flowers and some richly green leafy stems, too!
Often our students ask us if our classes are for beginners. The answer is that our classes are for everyone! We welcome all abilities and know that you will learn something new each time you attend a class with us in person or online!
The flower recipe and technique are easy to follow as we'll take you step-by-step in short video segments, so you'll rarely have to rewind to see a step again. We teach this online class just the way we do in our in-person classes at our design studio in Los Angeles, California. You will be able to see each step individually on the screen to make it easier to follow instead of watching us create an entire design in one long video!
This makes watching and learning much easier and not intimidating. Breaking down large tasks into small steps makes the task easier to accomplish, right?
How to enroll:
To take this class, please enroll in Flower Arranging Fridays Forever and you can access this lesson a all our past Flower Arranging Fridays Courses! T
Hi, We are Kit & Casey
Kit & Casey are entrepreneurial sisters and moms with kids in the local public schools of the South Bay of Los Angeles. We started our business 20 years ago out of our homes and have occupied a 4,500 square-foot warehouse and studio space in Torrance for the last decade. We have appeared on national television shows, been featured in the major magazines including Sunset and Florists' Review and major newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and The New York Times for our floral design work and are sought after public speakers in the floral and wedding industry. We have been teaching floral design classes since we founded our business and are the “Art of Floral Design” contracted instructors for The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Garden education program for the last 13 years. We have taught thousands of adults and hundreds of children in the art of floral design. Flower Duet is a proud members of SlowFlowers.com to help promote locally grown flowers everywhere, but especially in our home state of California.