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Wild and Free Bouquet

Have you ever wondered how to create the huge, freestyle bouquets that are so on trend at the moment?

We will show you how to use a Holly Chapple ‘egg’ (or chicken wire ball) to act as the scaffolding for the design. This allows you to create a really large, asymmetrical (or not!) bouquet without the need for wiring or foam.

There will be a wide variety of flowers to choose from and we will finish the bouquet with a ribboned handle or raffia and talk about how to hold it, transport it and promote it!

All materials and refreshments are included and of course you take your design home with you…

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