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Flower shaping tools, part 4: knife tools
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For 2019 I have planned a series of short videos demonstrating how to works with different types of flower tools. I believe this will help you understand your tools better and use them to their full potential achieving great shapes and lines on your petals and leaves. This is the third video in the series, for which I have... Read More

Flower shaping tools, part 3: ball tools
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For 2019 I have planned a series of short videos demonstrating how to works with different types of flower tools. I believe this will help you understand your tools better and use them to their full potential achieving great shapes and lines on your petals and leaves. This is the third video in the series, for which I have... Read More

Flower shaping tools, part 2: TWEEZERS
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For 2019 I have planned a series of short videos demonstrating how to works with different types of flower tools. I believe this will help you understand your tools better and use them to their full potential achieving great shapes and lines on your petals and leaves. This is the second video in the series, for which I have... Read More

Advanced Silk Rose Course: start from 25 March 2019
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If you follow me on social media, you already know that I am about to launch a long-awaited Advanced Silk Rose Video Course. Why I think you should join this course? I can see many reasons, some of which I am listing below: it is a video course, which will allow me to explain the complex rose making process... Read More

My Tethered Butterfly Crown for the 2019 Hatalk hat making competition
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I created this spring green crown with the silk dandleion for the 2019 Hatalk hat making competition, where the theme was Equilibrium. My Tethered Butterfly Crown for a millinery competition: the why “The butterfly is a flying flower, The flower a tethered butterfly.” ― Ponce Denis Écouchard Le Brun Nature is an endless source of inspiration for me. Its colours,... Read More

FEBRUARY 2019 Flower of the Month: ANEMONE
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First time leather anemones were featured in my #FlowerBreeze collection back in SS2016. A firm garden favourite, they deserved a detailed tutorial of their own which I am happy to present you with.   One of the earliest spring flowers, anemones are a bright uplifting sight after the dark days of winter – pure, simply pretty and cheerful. Now... Read More