Using circles as a theme, flowers and leaves that have a round shape are chosen. Steel grass is used to make more circles to complete the arrangements. Circle upon circle, round and round we go. Students had a lot of fun… Read More »WHAT WE DID IN IKEBANA CLASS – A STUDY IN CIRCLES
What we did in class: Teepee palms can be boring; usually used in church, sympathy arrangements as a filler. By removing part of the leaves from teepee, it’s ordinary natural shape is manipulated into an interesting, feathery light shape emphazing… Read More »What we did in Ikebana Class – Teepee Palm’s New Image
For Mother’s Day we made small arrangements of free style in pairs. What would be a treat for mom on this special day? Tea and cake will surely be delightful. Utilizing unconventional containers, in this case a cup and saucer,… Read More »What we did in Ikebana Class – Mommy will love this!
A day at a nursery school giving an ikebana lecture and demonstration to help teachers introduce ikebana to children 3 to 4 years old. It’s fun to think about ikebana with a young child’s mind. Children naturally love flowers. What… Read More »Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arrangement) for Children