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Floral Arrangment Class

As I am exploring my more of my creative side I wanted to try my hand at floral arrangements. In my city, the adult school has all sorts of fun classes and I was so excited to sign up for this one. I love flowers and couldn't wait to learn some ways to arrange them. So here are the first two I made. So every Wednesday evening I am a very happy woman!

From class # 1

We used lots of orchids, lilies, roses and other beautiful flowers. The base is a black wok. Very neat!

From class # 2

Loved using the brown basket on this one.

Loved using the purples and pinks. This tulip is so pretty. Love this arrangement.


  1. Oh kelly these are beautiful!!! You did a fabulous job!

  2. You did well, my friend. These are lovely!

  3. Kelly, your arrangements are so beautiful. Either you have a really good teacher or you have tons of natural talent for floral arranging. Of course, I'm sure it's the latter because I've seen your other artistic talents. I'm so proud of you!! What a fun Wed. nite activity.

  4. Wow ... you look like a pro and you've only taken 2 classes, great job, those arrangements are gorgeous.

  5. GORGEOUS KELLY. wow. i'd love to be able to do that!

  6. looove how these came out Kelly!!!!

  7. Wow...I love flowers. Your arrangement is Beautiful!


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