On Monday I shopped like a crazy for the workshop in May. I picked out the aprons, made the emblem, bought all the dinner dishes and pretty cups, fabric, more fabric, styling props, candles, a LOT of buckets and PENCILS. Pencils took me the longest to decide on. Why?! I do not know. I just stared at the wall of options. They were all so different and, in my mind, the one I picked bore big time weight. I went with my gut. A classic #2 pencil — sharp and bright like my students! We are rolling!
Speaking of rolling...registration is rolling! I have a few spots left — a few more aprons and pencils with your name on them -- you, girl who has a subtle little nudge inside to quit your job and start doing flowers. This workshop was made for you! If flowers make you come alive, you must do them. The world needs the perspective and kindness you'll bring, and only you can bring it. Now might not be quite the right time to launch into it, but you'll know when it is and have the skills in your set to do it when the time is right!
We'll cover basics, but we'll build on them and cover more complicated things. A good challenge never hurt anyone! I'm so excited! I think what I'm most excited about is the pre and post workshop learning and community building.
If you want an apron, a pencil and a lot more (!) email me so I can hear your story and create a beautiful environment you'll thrive in! I'd love to wrap all this up by April 1 so we can get down to business :)
Well friends, I've got to run! I've got a studio that needs a final coat of fresh white paint before I head to Charleston next week for a flower class of my own! I LOVE learning.
P.S. Isn't this ranunculus so great?! If it had color variation in it I think my eyes would totally shut down from beauty overload, but look at it's ruffles (!!!) Grocery store win :)