The next project in the floral design course was a hand-tied bouquet. I’m not sure the pictures do it justice. Then, we took apart the bouquet and turned it into a centerpiece instead: Continue reading Hand-tied Bouquet and Centerpiece
The third week of the basic floral design course I’m taking was dedicated to personal flowers. We made a few projects in class, and I made some more for practice at home! Continue reading Boutonnieres and Corsages Galore
The second project in the basic floral design course was to prepare long stem roses, and then replicate a standard 12-rose arrangement. This is mine: Continue reading Basic Floral Design Course – Second Project
I recently enrolled in the Beginning Floral Design course offered by the Connecticut Florists Association. I am learning a lot and enjoying myself immensely, so I would like to showcase my work. The first project was a simple wrapped bouquet. … Continue reading Basic Floral Design Course – First Project
On December 13, 2013, I took my first floral design class: Christmas Centerpieces, at Montville Florist, through the New London Adult & Continuing Education program. This is the charming, festive centerpiece I made: A big thank you to Leah Van … Continue reading A Christmas Centerpiece
Yes folks, here it is – another post referencing a Disney classic, the illustrious Robin Hood. Oo-de-lally! I haven’t seen this movie in years, and as a child I never paid much attention to Little John’s question, “Are we good guys or bad guys? You know, I mean the ‘our robbing the rich to feed the poor’.” Continue reading Back to Robin Hood
Black Holes + Wormholes = Quantum Answers – The physicists have apparently been busy lately with the whole, trying to figure what this universe is actually made of thing. According to this article from NPR, new research could change the way we think about space-time. Perhaps it’s not so much of a continuum after all… it could be just as quantifiable, aka “quantum,” or “divisible,” as the rest of the universe. All thanks to the idea of entanglement. Continue reading Are we all just electrons?