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Flower Class Updates

I just love my floral arrangement class. I wasn't sure if I would make it to class last night but so glad I did. We made an arrangement in a square glass vase with purple gel marbles. Those were very nice. That is what is so fun about this class. Each week we are doing something different and different techniques.

Here are some pics of what I did yesterday.

Here are some I did over the last few classes. I love the sunflowers! This arrangement had a little bird with a nest and clay pot at the bottom. So cute!

Here is an alter arrangement I made. This one was so large and tricky to get in the car and drive home. :) But it was a good experience to learn how to make something this large.

Thanks for looking!


  1. Kelly these are beautiful!!!

  2. wow those arrangements came out so awesome!! great job Kelly!

  3. Great job!! They look so fun to make! I love them all!

  4. Gorgeous flower arrangements, Kelly!!

  5. Gorgeous flowers. Love them all. :)

  6. Hi, looks like a lot of fun, love the colours. x

  7. Wow!! these are beautiful. Looks like you got it. I put one rose in a vase and it looks like it neeeeeeds help. You may have inspired me to learn something new!

  8. Beautiful arrangements! I'm very impressed over here:)

  9. You are really doing a fab job on the flower arrangements girlfriend! *smiles*

  10. This just doesn't look like talent. From the photos this looks like you have a calling. You go girl!!!


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