Hatbox filled with roses.
You can create a lovely romantic design by arranging roses in a hatbox. Pink roses have been used in this design.
The materials used in this design are roses, hatbox, florist foam, tissue paper, cellophane and ribbon
Ribbon has been placed around the bottom and secured in place at the back with a short piece of clear sticky tape.
A ribbon handle has been made by punching a hole in the top of each side of the hat box and inserting the ribbon through the holes and tying a knot inside.
Tissue paper squares have been folded in half to make triangle shapes, positioned around the top and secured inside the top of the box with short pieces of clear sticky tape.
Crumpled paper has been placed in the box almost to the top of the hatbox. Florist foam has been soaked in water and placed on a sheet of cellophane and the sides of the cellophane bought up around the sides of the foam and placed on top of the crumpled paper. Place some crumpled paper around the sides of the foam to hold it in place.
The roses have been cut to the desired length and have been in inserted evenly around the edges and Place a rose in the centre and then the remaining roses around in circles having a rounded shape across the top.
In the floristry course you will learn how to create many different floral designs.
Floristry is so creative and can give you a real sense of achievement and bring joy and happiness to your life. We do hope you can join us.
Information about the Floristry Course please Click Here
If you have any questions about the course please contact us – we are here to help
Phone: 03 85559774
Fay Chamoun (Principal)
Floral Art School of Australia and
International Floral Design School