Gift Design using Architectural Pandanus Leaves
Time: 20 minutes | Season: All Year Round
Approx wholesale cost: £20- 30 depending on type, season and quantity
In this demonstration, our tutor shares how to create a gift arrangement using caging and architectural leaves. This design incorporates a loose, natural style and eco-friendly mechanics.
In the first short clip, it provides an insight into how the container is prepared.
In the next video, our tutor will demonstrate how to complete the design step by step from start to finish offering handy tips and tricks to facilitate construction.
Top tips: Other types of caging include beargrass, lily grass, stems, birch, pussy willow and so on.
|Quantity||Plant Materials / Equipment|
|1 pair||Scissors / Secateurs|
|1||Cube Flower Vase 20cm|
|1 reel||Chicken wire|
|1 bunch||Pandanus Leaves|
|1 roll||Twine Green|
|10 stems||Veronica Blue|
|3-5 stems||Lisianthus Blue|
|5-7 stems||Ammi Majus|
|5-7 stems||Carnation Green (Goblin)|
|1||Stapler and staples|
Thank you for watching the demonstration. I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and are inspired to add this design to your portfolio for prospective clients. It is an incredibly versatile design that can be used in multiple settings. For any questions, refer to the comments section below or Facebook group. See you again in the next tutorial on the Academy of Flowers.