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Introduction to Agra Wool: The Natural Floral Foam
Limited Space Available. COVID-19 health and safety guidelines are in place
Registration deadline: Friday, March 12th, 2021
Floral Experience: No previous experience required
This course is available to attend in-person and virtually.
- $25 + tax
- Complimentary for students registered for Education Week Fundamental and Intermediate Floral Design courses
Learn how to use Agra Wool , a 100% natural floral foam that can be used for both wet and dry floral design. The program includes a design demonstration and will cover:
- Discussion on Agra Wool as an alternative design foam and how
Instructor: Lea Romanowski, CAFA, AIFD, CAFD
Lea is the owner of Designing on the Edge. She has used her experience and expertise to become a mentor, teaching floral/event/wedding design for the last fifteen years. Her work has been featured in Canadian Florist, Floriology, Canadian Special Events, WED LUX, Metro and Avenue. She is a National and International award winning designer and creative event professional. After over three decades in floral design, Lea lives in a world where imagination meets art in fantastic floral and sculptural creations. With thousands of events and weddings under her belt, the next opportunity to create is always a welcomed challenge. She believes all good designers start with a great foundation of the principles and elements of floral design. Understanding shop operation, time management and profitability are just as important as the design foundation.
Learn more about Lea: designingontheedge.ca
Taxes will be added to the cost. Registration fees do not include flights or accommodations. Hotel group rates are available under “Florists Supply”.
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