Monthly Little Shows

 

 

 Members may try their hands each month by creating a design or arrangement as specified in our yearly handbook.

 


Even though the Martha Washington Garden Club cannot meet at this time, we look forward to continuing our tradition of monthly Little Shows with a virtual show via our Facebook and website platforms. Let your creative juices flow and create a design around each month’s title. Snap a photo and email it to Barbara Heisler at heislerbd@gmail.com. All entries will be uploaded to the Martha Washington Discussion Group on Facebook and marthawashingtongardenclub.org on the date of our usual meetings (4th Wednesday of each month). An email reminder will be sent each month along with an example of each type of arrangement. If you need to kick start your design ideas, Google key words from the title or description or check pinterest. You will find plenty of examples. Artificial or silk plant material is not permitted in any design.


Little Shows 2020-21




October 2020
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil



September:    Farmers’ Market

A creative or traditional design incorporating vegetables. The design may also include herbs, flowers and fruit.





October:         Garden of Good and Evil

Designer’s choice of Traditional or Creative design. Interpret the theme incorporating a fall palette of colors. Accessories are permitted.


November:    A Time for Gathering

A Traditional design suitable for a dining room table or sideboard. Designer’s choice of plant material.


December:    A Present A Creative Design with an emphasis on gift giving. Design may be on top of a gift box, basket or bag or incorporate a gift box within the design. Designer’s choice of plant material. Floral tubes or floral foam may be used. Accessories permitted.


January:        Ice Palace A creative monochromatic design using winter hues of whites and blues. Water or reflection may be incorporated.  Designer’s choice of plant material.


February:     Dinner on the Orient Express

A functional table setting using a serving tray. Must include a floral design. Designer’s choice of plant material.


March:           Jewel Box

A pavé design using a spring palette. More information will follow.


April:             Flowering of the Arts

Interpret a picture or painting. More information will follow.

 




 


 

 

      

   

 


        

 

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