INSTRUCTOR: Sandra Rubin, Fellow
PROJECT: Calla Lilies, Iris, Eucalyptus & Begonias LENGTH OF CLASS: 12 hours DATE AND TIME: March 12, 11am to 2pm EST
March 13, 11am to 2pm EST
March 19, 11am to 2pm EST
March 20, 11am to 2pm EST
Welcome to the inspiring and delicate world of Miniature Flower Construction and Arranging. You will learn new techniques, materials, and how to assemble a flower arrangement for your own miniature world.
Students will create from scratch materials, how to cut, hand-color, shape, assemble and arrange a miniature flower arrangement of Calla Lilies, Dutch Irises, Eucalyptus, Begonias and Foliage in an artisan-made porcelain container suited to the arrangement.
Students will learn gluing techniques, hand coloring with rubber stamp pads and pastels, construction of flower components, and basic principles of flower arranging. Many of these techniques can be applied to other aspects of miniature creation.
Students should have a completed project by the end of the sessions I will teach. I will share my secrets, give advice on flower construction and share my tips and techniques with the students. This will be a stimulating plus enjoyable project to complete and share.
Maximum number of students: 15
SKILL LEVEL: All skill levels welcome
CLASS FEE: $185
GUILD ADMINISTRATIVE FEE: $37 members / $47 non-members
MATERIALS FEE: $50
Fee includes shipping within the United States. International students will be charged according to the amount necessary to ship items to their country and will be charged separately. International students should make arrangements with the instructor as soon as possible after registration.