Thank you all who participated in April's flower making workshop. It was great fun and some beautiful flowers were made.
First up is Annette - She made this lovely tulip.
Such gorgeous colors and attention to detail. Here's another view -
Towards the end of class, Annette whipped up this pretty velvet rose. Again, gorgeous colors and nice attention to detail. Her love of flower making really shines through these two class projects.
For the past couple of workshops I haven't gotten pictures of what DeAnna has made, but this time I managed to get a couple snaps. I love DeAnna's flowers because they're so experimental and such a different interpretation of the classic flower. Her color choice is always bold and quirky (in a very good way).
A cool thing about millinery flowers - liberties can be taken with the several elements (color, size, etc.) and yet they still read as flowers. The flower below has a fake eye in the middle - love it.
Starlet made a very sweet blue rose with "aged" edges. Very unconventional color choice, but the end result is beautiful and feminine with a soft vintage feel.
Tina also chose to go with an unconventional palette - green with a touch of pink towards the middle - and created a bold unique bloom. She also "aged" the tips of the petals for a dug-out-of-the-attic look.
Again - a big THANK YOU! to all who were there.