6 essential styles to stand out from your competitors

Without flying to Europe, without paying huge fees to sit in a crowded demonstration, I am going to reveal to you the 6 essential styles you need to learn and use to update your flower arrangements to a whole new level.

You will finally have the knowledge to create beautiful, contemporary modern floral pieces that stand out from the crowd and your customers and friends will love.

No longer will you turn the pages of European florists’ books and feel the designs are beyond your skill set.Because what you are about to see will reveal the techniques used by Europe’s top florists that you can practise using plant material from your area in your own time.

You can be the best in your area with superior techniques and methods perhaps never seen before. With practise you should rise to the top.

The styles you will learn are direct from Europe, inspired by the best florists at the most prestigious events.

Every lesson will build your confidence, your styles and your techniques as you practise each design. They are easy to follow, easy to reproduce, easy to adapt to your own available plant material and skill base.

‘6 essential flower arranging styles stand out from your competitors’ is your only way to continue to learn the techniques so loved throughout Europe, without travelling, taking time off work or blowing out your budget on workshop fees!

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If you can't wait, CLICK HERE NOW to buy and stream (US$9.99) or rent (US$4.00).

These streamed lessons are portable, accessible, affordable and they are created to help you get ahead and update your skills to a whole new level right now!.

You choose when you tap in, for how long, on what device. Interruptions don’t matter nor where you are (or what you are wearing!) as long as you have an internet connection.


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