Cymbidium Orchid, Fern, Hypericum Berries & Foliage Flower Making Workshop – 9-10 May – Ufton


Brief Description:
This two day workshop will enable you to produce a Cymbidium Orchid, Fern, Hypericum Berries and foliage from flower paste which you will tape into a spray. This will be suitable to adorn any celebration cake.

This class has a maximum of 8 students
Duration: 2 days

Time: From 10.00 am to 5.30 pm Day 1
Time: From 10.00 am to 5.00 pm Day 2

Start Date: 9th May 2020
End Date: 10th May 2020

Venue:  Ufton Village Hall, Ufton, Warwickshire

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Level of difficulty:

Intermediate/Advanced. Students will be required to understand how to wire petals & leaves and use cutters and veiner’s prior to attending the workshop.

Skills you will learn:

  • How to make the Orchid centres
  • How to make, vein and shape the petals
  • How to dust your creations to produce the right shading for them to look realistic
  • How to make Hypericum Berries, calyx, leaves
  • How to produce ladder fern
  • How to put the flowers and foliage together to produce a spray

Refreshments will be provided, along with the materials. Students will need to bring a packed lunch. Students will also need to bring their own tools & equipment. A list is provided below.

Equipment students need to bring to the workshop

  • Non-Stick Workboard
  • Rolling Pin
  • Craft knife or Plain edged cutting wheel (PME)
  • Flat dusting brushes
  • Fine paintbrush
  • Wire cutters
  • Foam Pad
  • Cornflower dusting bag
  • Cymbidium Orchid veiner ( Blooms)
  • Cel size guide (CC) Optional
  • Veining tool (JEM)
  • Fine Angled tweezers
  • Dresden Tool (JEM)
  • Sword Fern Cutter (JEM)
  • Stephanotis cutters (TT568)
  • Scissors
  • Ball tool
  • Cel sticks (CC
  • Notebook & pen
  • A box lined with tissue to transport your finished spray.
  • A block of oasis or styrofoam covered in cling film


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