It's time to learn how to make a fresh flower bracelet with Flower Duet!
According to the January issue of Florists' Review Magazine, the hot trend for 2019 will the wearable flowers that look like necklaces, bracelets and rings.
In this mini-course, you'll learn the method to tackle this fancy wearable art and be ready to offer to your clients.
- 5 videos where Kit takes you step-by-step so you never get lost!
- A design you can adapt to any type of flat floral bloom.
- Supplies list tip sheet that you can download and print out.
To take this class, please enroll in Flower Arranging Fridays Forever for only $8 per month and you can access this lesson a all our past Flower Arranging Fridays Courses! That's 52 Courses over the year....for a low monthly subscription!!!!
After this class, you can make jewelry like the kind you see in the magazine!
Professional floral designer and instructor in Los Angeles who used to be a "Roundy-Moundy" floral designer and now isn't afraid to be "Sticky-Outy!" Want to learn more? Take an online course with us!
Sisters Casey (Coleman) Schwartz and Kit (Coleman) Wertz began their floral design business in 1999. We started Flower Duet as a part-time weekend business after Casey had retired from designing flowers on luxury cruise ships around the world and Kit had immersed herself in floral design courses for a few years. We love creating custom wedding flowers for all types of brides and grooms, directing corporate team-building reward events for large and small companies and teaching flower arranging to budding floral designers and the dedicated floral enthusiast. Flower Duet has been our full-time passion for the last decade and it shows as we are preferred floral vendors throughout Los Angeles.
In addition to creating special event flowers for clients all over Southern California and teaching flower arranging classes at our own design studio in the South Bay of Los Angeles, we've been floral instructors at The Huntington Library for the past 10 years. Kit and Casey have appeared on television including the Hallmark Channel, DIY Network, PBS, and Fox5 San Diego.