Hope everyone is enjoying their Christmas with family and friends and your dear loved ones!
Well now that the turkey is cooking in the oven I have time to update my blog!
This is the first time making a kissing ball. I used feijoa leaves instead of mistletoe as they are a bit pricy but I think it came out pretty nicely.
The wreath was sent out for delivery yesterday, just in time for Christmas. I made the same base as the wreath lesson a few days ago, cypress, cedar and blue ice, and added a bit more florals and ornaments.
Christmas is just around the corner! All decorations up and we are ready for all the fun!
While I love the traditional red green and white festive colors, this year, I wanted something more of a “winter-wonderland” look. So I went with silver, champagne gold and a hint of light blue, then paired them up with mercury accessories to carry out the sparkle & shine of the holiday season.
The entrance was decorated in red to welcome the guests with warm, festive colors. The centerpiece I made at Paris-based floral decorator, Ms. Jun Hamamura’s, lesson really stands out and I love the way amarilys add so much glamour to the whole christmas décor. It has got to be my favorite flower this time of the year!