2 day Flower Workshop

Date: 29th & 30th June 2019

Time: 0930 - 1730

Venue: Langworth, Lincolnshire

Price: £110

This impressive Magnolia flower will be joined by small Eryngium, Ranunculus or Hellebore, Wax Flowers,  Pieris and Photinia.  

Only 8 places available on these workshops so don't hesitate to book your place!

Email to reserve your place. -  3 places available

Equipment List – Magnolia Workshop

Non stick board and rolling pin
Cel Pad - (soft sponge type matt)
Ball Tool, cel stick, scalpel, Jen tool

Textured veining tool

Wire cutters
Small sharp straight and curved scissors

Corn flour dusting pouch (top tip - dried wet wipe filled with corn flour secured by elastic band)
28g 26g and 24g green wire and 28g, 26g, 24g white wire plus some stronger wires such as 18g, 20g green or white for support. Please note all wires can be white if preferred.
Green, red and white Florist tape.

Pale white, cream or yellow thread
Dusting colour brushes (flat paint brushes are good)

Fine paint brush for painting.
1 old brush for using as glue brush.
Small jam jar (for water to keep glue brush from drying out)
Cold Porcelain

Kitchen Roll

Wet wipes

White Acrylic Paint
Plus any extra tools/helpful bits you may usually use …


Cutters and Veiners


Magnolia Petal cutter set (we will use this for Magnolia and Hellebore) – Ex Kitbox £5

Squires Great Impressions Magnolia Petal Veiner M - £8

Calyx cutter – small, medium, large – Small Eryngium

Multi leaf cutters (Narrow) - Pieris

6/8 Petal Daisy cutter small – Centre of Magnolia

Rose petal cutters )

Rose petal veiners ) Ranunculas

5 petal blossom cutter – small – (Wax Flowers)

Large leaf cutters i.e. Rose, Hydrangea (optional) - Photinia

Large leaf veiner such as Rose, Camelia, or Multi leaf


For any other foliage/flowers we make, I will have sufficient cutters and veiners to share amongst the class during the workshop.


Colour Base Paste : Goosberry green, yellow, pink, red, Eucalyptus.

I will have a selection of colour pastes available to share.


Colouring Dusts - selections of pinks, yellows, greens, purples, blues, reds/burgundy, black and brown and white. Lemon Merangue or a Bridal Satin are handy to have. Think of the colours of these flowers – Google can give you a good range of varieties and colours! I rarely specify a particular brand or colour for you to bring, as part of the experience is to develop the colour palette with what you have – not what you think you need. (I will have supporting extras.)

Finally, this workshop is an opportunity to develop your skills whatever your experience. If you have any questions at all, please get in touch. See you soon :-)