Fun With Flowers From Israel
Here is a typical problem in floral designing....
You are designing either professionally or for fun, using materials that you feel comfortable with... But after a while the designs look or feel the same......How can you come up with a new and different look?
There are many ways to seek new and different inspirations...Sometimes it means using new and different materials......We recently were fortunate to receive some great flowers from Israel from Blooming of Beloit, in Beloit Wisconsin.
Yes, that's right. Israel!
The Israelis took a land that was destroyed and neglected for several thousand years, and not only restored it, but tranformed it into a flower producing power house! In fact FloraHolland lists Israel amongst ten top flower producing nations. From desert and wasteland to flowers... Incredible!
In this gallery we'd like to share with you how you can take some of these wonderful Israeli mateials and use them to achieve new and different looks in YOUR designing.
This gallery was a labor of love....We had a great time putting this together.
We hope that you enjoy viewing and reading, as much as we enjoyed designing, photographing and producing this gallery!
This gallery has two parts..... videos and photographs....
For your convenience, please feel free to download our pdf:
Fun With Israeli Flowers Gallery Guide
If you enjoy watching videos we have some really neat online demonstrations that show the use of flowers from Israel in floral art. Simply click on the links below to view them......
Floral Designs In Water Using Flowers From Israel
Wedding Bouquets Using Israeli Flowers
Large Floral Designs In Water Using Israeli Flowers
How To Make A Big Green And White Vase Arrangement
How To Make A Romantic Little Vase Arrangement
Garden Floral Design
How To Make Spring Daffodil Floral Designs
The second part of this gallery contains still photographs of a variety of very neat designs incorporating Blooming of Beloits' wonderful flowers from Israel.
Click on Page Two below to continue exploring this part of the gallery!