Monday, November 29, 2010

Thanksgiving Dinner at Church

I missed the November 16 class, which we had to arrange for the Thanksgiving dinner table, and using vegetable, fruits,... and to be viewed from all angles.
This is my arrangement for Thanksgiving Dinner At Grace Church , November 28, 2010

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


What is "Vines" ? I asked my teacher in the class. We can use any branches which can be bent or fixed in this lesson. Here,the bittersweet branches with three white calla lilies and mums are firmly fixed. I bent bittersweet branches to incorporate the container and express the delicate and powerful lines. (11-09-2010)
Sorry to delay my post and I also missed Nov.16 class due to Boston trip and computer breakdown.

Variation No.6. Slanting Style Moribana

Variation No.6 Slanting Style is from Basic Slanting Style . But their directions are shifted to have them 120 degtees apart from one another. This style is called "the style to be viewed from all angles". Therefore, keep in mind to add the subordinate stens to fill in empty parts in order to make the arrangement be viewed from all directions. The materials for this arrangement were Red Gerbera daisies and Euonymus with red berries. (11-09-2010)

Saturday, November 6, 2010

"Boo!" October Litter Show

This was October Litter Show from Martha Washington Garden Club. Our October 27th Meeting Design "Boo!" which created a design using pumpkins, gourds, and squash.
I used all the required materials with my Ikebana technique to create this arrangement. At last, I got second prize for this design (10-27-2010)