Design is the intermediary between information and understanding.Hans Hofmann
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Do you search regularly in Pinterest or Google for inspiration for your next floral design?
Then I noticed that many people were looking at my designs on Pinterest and saving them too, so I thought…why not actually share how I put them together, the trials and successes, the judging comments.
So here they are.
Every week (usually on a Tuesday) I post a new design example or a step by step technique. Some have video as well (when I remember to take it as I go!)
Each design example is from an actual competition. I have grouped the various types together either by staging style (e.g. floor, bench) or judging method (e.g. all around). Some designs also appear as examples of a defined design style e.g. collage, assemblage, pot-et-fleur etc.
Each example has information on how the design was constructed as well as genuine judging feedback.
By clicking on the link/s below you will be taken to a page that shows all the designs currently available for that staging or type.
I hope you find then useful (as well as inspiring).
Bench Designs (staged on a Show bench or table and judged from the front)
Floor Designs (staged on a supplied floor base with backing, judged from the front and sides)
All Around Designs (staged on the floor, a plinth, a cube, a mesh frame)
Miniature and Petite Designs (these are defined by actual maximum sizes, either under 10cm or under 24cm)
Defined Design Styles (abstract, assemblage, pot-et-fleur, modern, wall hanging etc)