Monograms are a very popular item this year in wreaths and design. Even though it was after Christmas he brought this wreath to show and discuss. The ribbon on the wreath has been very popular the last few years but in his opinion this trend will not be here to stay.
This arrangement started out with bamboo sticks attached to oasis for the base and also at the top. He attached branches to simulate palm trees for a centerpiece at an outdoor party. He stated the sky is the limit of how many embellishments you could add. Add moss to cover oasis still showing. The biggest tip that would work so easily was to pour grits all over the base to look like sand then scatter shells. He was so generous with ideas and tips for easy decorating. This is an inexpensive and easy idea to tuck away!
One of our members did this fresh arrangement from things in her yard for the food table. She is a very talented designer also. You may remember her beautiful garden here.
Thank you David for your informative and very interesting program. We feel very fortunate that you shared your knowledge and experience with us. Please check out Ann's Porch on Facebook. He says when he posts something on Facebook he gets orders right and left. David will be speaking to the Alabama State Garden Club State Convention in April in Eufaula, Alabama.
Our club, The Daffodil Garden Club hosted this event and invited Flower Lover's Garden Club and Azalea Garden Club to join us.
Our vice-president, Gail plans wonderful programs like this one all the time and we are so grateful to Gail, and Rhonda, our president for their great leadership and to the other officers that work hard to make our club a good learning experience and an enjoyable group to be a part of.
Linking to Seasonal Sundays, Metamorphosis Monday, Tabletop Tuesday, Wow Us Wednesday, Open House Thursday and Foodie Friday.