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starting 2017 off with floral freestyling

Image by Julie King

Image by Julie King

Friday 13th is considered unlucky for some but this January it proved to be a wonderfully inspiring day for both me and my lovely, talented Moss & Stone one to one workshop guest, Jay Archer. The brief was simple; just whatever - but lots of flowers and big!

So with foraged vines, hedgerow seed heads and a bright bold colour scheme we set to work in the beautifully atmospheric, candlelit, creative space of Abbey Hall in Eye. It may have been snowing outside, it may have been bitterly cold but nothing could dampen our spirits as we let our imaginations run wild. The beautiful space combined with a wide open brief was truly liberating and as the daylight diminished we were rather delighted with the wonderfully unstructured, organic, free flowing, floral story we created!

There was quite a bit to condition! Image by Brigitte Girling

There was quite a bit to condition!

Image by Brigitte Girling

Ingredients - Tulip Ronaldo Image by Julie King

Ingredients - Tulip Ronaldo

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Rose - Lamu Image by Julie King

Rose - Lamu

Image by Julie King

Icelandic poppies Image by Brigitte Girling

Icelandic poppies

Image by Brigitte Girling

Foraged vines Image by Julie King

Foraged vines

Image by Julie King

Hellebore - queens Yellow Image by Brigitte Girling

Hellebore - queens Yellow

Image by Brigitte Girling

Ready to be used! Image by Brigitte Girling

Ready to be used!

Image by Brigitte Girling

Getting creative. Image by Julie King

Getting creative.

Image by Julie King

You have to make a mess to make magic! Image by Julie King

You have to make a mess to make magic!

Image by Julie King

Its coming together. Image by Brigitte Girling

Its coming together.

Image by Brigitte Girling

Happy florist! Image by Julie King

Happy florist!

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Thinking! Image by Julie King

Thinking!

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Let's use 2 stories of the building! Image by Julie KIng

Let's use 2 stories of the building!

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Nearly there. Image by Julie King

Nearly there.

Image by Julie King

Icelandic poppy detail. Image by Brigitte Girling

Icelandic poppy detail.

Image by Brigitte Girling

Ranunculus detail - what a beauty. Image by Julie King

Ranunculus detail - what a beauty.

Image by Julie King

A well earned tea break for happy florists! Image by Julie KIng

A well earned tea break for happy florists!

Image by Julie KIng

Here is a link to Jay's lovely blog about her day with me! http://blog.jayarcherfloraldesign.com/soul-food-learning-let-go/