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Getting Creative with Flowers
Basic Button Hole
A small pink rose, based with dark green ivy leaves and decorated with 5 colourful beads strung through some silver & light pink decorative bullion wire.
Gift Wrapping & Bow Making
A pink mini rose potted plant gift-wrapped with red and black tissue paper, lined in-between two gold polka dot cellophane sheets. Then decorated and tied with a bow created from some red poly ribbon.
Your work is just beautiful.
I am interested in floristry but not sure where to start. Do I need a qualification? You mentioned you started at your local centre....how can I find out where my local florist centre is as i am based in Birmingham?
Thank you very much for your kind words. You could technically study floristry by doing some leisure course which are non-qualification courses and build up your skills for which you would receive attendance certificates. However if you were interested in pursuing work and working for a florist then I would recommend doing our qualification courses. To search for the courses that BAES offer click on http://bit.ly/Findacourse and to search for a local centre click http://www.learnbaes.ac.uk/centres/venue-details