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Re: OT:IRIS arrangements


From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

Lorraine, our club has had speakers come and demonstrate how to do
arrangements for first timers.   These usually come from local nurseries or
florist shops.  Other times, club members who are experienced in the art of
floral arrangements demonstrate for the rest of us with cold feet.  Jean
Morris did everyone one better (and has done so for years) by holding a
workshop in her house (she is brave and has a brick floor!) for all the
youth in the area clubs that wanted to learn arranging.  She actually
supplied all the materials and had each of the kids do their own
arrangements.  The kids had a great time and I personally know five kids who
have remembered for years,"Papa Bear, Mama Bear, Baby Bear," a simplified
version of how to make a quick, balanced arrangement!  While not everyone
has the incomparable Jean Morris to lead these sessions, most clubs have
members who are both good at arranging themselves and are also able (and
willing) to get their points across to others just learning.

Cindy Rust


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