This two day course is a fabulous way to develope your sugar flower making skills. The focus will be learning how to work with deep rich colours. You will be creating Rose Buds, a deep Rich Burgundy Rose, a David Austin Darcey Rose, a Large Blousy open Rose, Rose Hips, Rose leaves and Dusty Miller leaves. Even though I will be demonstrating how to achieve rich colours, it is possible to attend …
I'm taking a little time out from teaching for the rest of the month of December.
New and exciting workshops are planned for 2018!
The Studio will reopen on 5th January.
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and look forward to seeing you in the New Year!
Love Lou x
Ive designed two new bridal themed sugar flower making classes. They cover a wealth of different sugar flower making skills and a wonderful array of flowers, leaves and berries that are very on-trend at the moment! Perfect for Wedding cakes!
You will find full details on the website page of the site!
Sharing photos of the amazing Semi-naked Wedding Cakes created during one of this months group workshops!
It was a wondeful creative day! The students worked with both Sugar Flowers and Fresh herbs, to create stunning cakes!
Large rambling Rose and Blackberry are hand-made in flowerpaste....
Really proud of them all! Everyone did so well!
It is possible to book this class as a private one …
Sharing photos from a Bespoke Wedding flower arranging one to one private class: A unique and specialist service!...
The wedding brief; Rustic and natural feel, rustic flower garland.
Karen runs a small Cake business and attended a private session with me for flower arranging. During this session Karen chose for me to assemble the rustic floral garland and spray for her.
Please Note: sugar …
Sharing photos of the beautiful Sunflowers created by my students during a recent sugar flower making class.
Everyone had a wonderful day....and enjoyed creating these little rays of sunshine!
Happy Summer x
Its always so interesting to see the life cycle of the Meadow!
My most favourite time is when its grown to just about my knee height and you can easly see across the field as you walk through it! Then over time is starts to rocket in height! Until its then cut for Hay! And so the whole cycle can then start all over again!
I often feel alittle sad when the meadow is first cut...I kind of miss …