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FLORAL TOOL ID Floral Design
Enclosure card Reception Card Respond Card Ceremony Card Informal Card Apology Card Thank you Card (Or just confess your undying love card.) To: Bonnie From: Craig
Care Tag How to care for your arrangement
Excelsior Slender, curved wood shavings used especially for packing.
Floral Foam Foam used for flower arranging. It soaks up water like a sponge and acts as a preservative.
Floral Tape Its a stretchy material used in flower arranging and corsage making etc. Comes in many colors
Fabric Scissors Used to cut fabric with a more precise edge. Weapon for self defense?
Underwater Stem Cutter Helps to cut the stem allowing wilted flowers to gain the flow of water and nutrients
Waterproof Tape Helps to secure the floral foam in its container
Wire Cutters Used to cut thin metal wires
Secure to bows or items that need to be inserted into an arrangement Wired Wooden Pick
Protective covering for wreath rings and frames. Wreath Wrap
Band worn around the wrist for corsages Wristlet
Florist Easel To display arrangements
Florist Knife Used for cutting stems, flowers and foam.
Florist Shears For cutting flowers Smaller than standard anvil or bypass pruning sheers
Floral Foam Cage To keep the foam secure Alternative to waterproof tape
Glass Gems Used on the bottom of a vase to add color
Glass Marbles Alternative to glass gems Round
Compotes Containers for bouquets or arrangements Has a stand or base attached
Single design bowl Containers for bouquets or arrangement
Corsage Bag To wrap corsage before delivery Bigger than a boutonniere bag
Boutonniere & Corsage Pins Corsage pins always larger
Curling Ribbon For decoration, balloons, etc.
Dry Oak Leaves Used in floral arrangements to show texture
Dry Wheat Leaves Used to add texture and sometimes height
Raffia As an alternative to ribbon Rustic look
Rose stripper Used to strip the leaves and thorns from roses
Rose vase Standard choice for a dozen roses Tapered at top
Chenille Stem Fancy name for pipe cleaner To fasten or strengthen
Cardette Holds enclosure card
Kenzan (pin holder) To hold flowers in place Place at the bottom of shallow vases
PAN GLUE To glue things Heat in hot glue pan
Hot Glue Pan To heat glue chips
Lace collar To collar bouquets Ugly Not sure why you would want to use it
Metal Pick Goes in the Metal Pick Machine
Steel Pick Machine Heavy-duty tabletop stemming machine quickly clamps sturdy metal picks onto flower stems.
Casket Saddle Shaped so you can put flowers on top of a casket So the flowers can cascade down
Clear Vinyl Liner To line base of house plants Used in some arrangements
PAPER TWIST RIBBON Alternative to standard ribbon Texture is conducive to entertaining your cat
POT COVER Used to conceal the pot
Aquapic Holds water for a single flower Pointed Tip
Orchid Tube Holds water for a single flower Or for multiple small stems Not pointed at the bottom like an aqua pic
Boutonniere Pin Used to pin the floral boutonniere onto the shirt. Comes in various colors.
Bud Vase Bud vases are used to only hold 1 to 3 flowers
Glue Stick Put in a Glue gun Forward… never backwards!
Greening Pins Secure moss and other foliage Traditionally dark green
Stickum Sticks things together?
Net Larger net-like holes than tulle
Tulle Finer holes than net Used as accents and sometimes bows
Paddle wire Just like the wire we use only it comes on rolls.
Paper mache liner Alternative to a compote or bowl
Shredded wax paper The fluffy shreds that go in Easter baskets!
Spanish Moss Comes in green, light green and tan More wiry
Sphagnum Moss More organic looking Slightly leafy
Stephanotis stem Keeps flowers fresh and firmly supports flower head and eliminates wiring.
Tools, Materials, & Containers Created by: Shanna Barriga.
Tools of the Floral Trade. Mechanics Attaching Mechanics Glue sticks Glue gun Aerosol floral adhesive Liquid floral adhesive Hot glue pan Floral clay.
Floral Design CDE Hard Good and Materials 2012 Created by Yvette Smith South Region Horticulture Specialist.
Chapter 6 Unit What are the various containers used for floral arrangements? 2. What are basic mechanics and supplies used in floral design?
Water Holding Foam Dry Floral Foam Anchor Tape.
Floral Design Tools Principles & Elements of Floral Design Miss Prause.
Identifying Floral Design Tools and Supplies. Student Learning Objectives Identify cutting tools used in floral design. Recognize floral design supplies.
FFA FLORICULTURE TOOL IDENTIFICATION MRS. CLARK-CHS.
Ms. Lacross Ag II FLORAL DESIGN TOOLS. PRUNING SHEARS - Used to cut woody stems (bushes / tree limbs) - Sharp blade is a must.
FLORAL DESIGN Objective: Understand principles of floral design techniques.
Horticulture Science Lesson 56 Identifying Floral Design Tools and Supplies.
Mechanics and Supplies. Containers anything that holds water can be used the container should help to express the idea the designer has in mind.
When instructed to start, write on a piece of paper as many floral design tools or supplies you can think of in 30 seconds.
1 Floral Design Tools. 2 1.To identify tools and materials used in floral design 2.To learn proper usage of floral tools 3.To understand basic mechanics.
Tools of the Floral Trade. Paddle Wire Wire Gauges Gauge thickness gets smaller as number increases #Use #16support #18support #20bows #22bows.
* A plastic, four pronged design that is secured to the bottom of the container with floral clay or glue.
Pests. Aphid Fungus Gnat Leaf Miner Mealybug Scale.
Material Selection and Design Mechanics for Arranging Cut Flowers.
Floriculture Tools. 512 Plug Tray Bulb Planter 1203 Cell Pack.
Wristlet. Begonia Aqua Picks Brassaia actinophylla “Umbrella Tree”
Learning Targets 1. Identify and describe supplies and tools needed in floral work. 2. Explain how to design bud vases and vase arrangements. 3. Explain.
Floriculture #2. Pests Aphids Fungus Gnat Leaf Miner.
August 2008 Tools, Containers, & Mechanics of Floral Design Modified by the GA Ag Ed Curriculum Office July 2002.
Floral Design Competencies Types of Design Materials There are four basic types of design materials: Line flowers Mass flowers Form flowers.
Unit B2-6 Floriculture Horticulture CD. Problem Area 2 Floral Design.
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS. General Floral Design Rules Proper dimensions for floral designs are 1 1/2 to 2 times the greatest dimension of the container (height.
1. Identify and describe supplies needed to create a corsage. 2. Describe corsage design mechanics and techniques. 3. Identify and describe styles of.
Arranging Permanent Flowers. Variety quality and variety of permanent flowers is continually improving requested frequently by customers.
1. Objectives To identify floral design tools. To describe the use of adhesives in floral designs. To discuss different products necessary to floral design.
Designing Basic Floral Work. Next Generation Science / Common Core Standards Addressed! CCSS.ELA Literacy. RST.11 ‐ 12.3 Follow precisely a complex multistep.
Sympathy Flowers. Important segment of retail business pieces sent to the funeral home permanent flowers and potted plants for cemetery.
FLORAL FOAM Soaks up water like a sponge and acts both as a preservative to prolong the life of the flowers and a support to hold them in place.
Horticulture Science Lesson 60 Designing Basic Floral Work.
Constructing Boutonnieres and Corsages Modified by the Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office September 2005.
Flowers to Wear. Flowers to wear Flowers have been worn by people for thousands of years. Flowers for adornments are used today in a number of special.
Boutonnieres and Corsages. Flowers Are worn by both men and women on special occasions such as weddings, holidays, etc.
Floral Design A few things to take into consideration when throwing flowers into a container!
Flowers to wear!. Flowers Are worn by both men and women on special occasions such as weddings, holidays, etc.
Designing Corsages and Boutonnieres. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! CCSS.ELA Literacy. RH.11 ‐ 12.7 Integrate and evaluate.
Boutonnieres and Corsages Flowers are worn by both men and women on special occasions.
F LORAL D ESIGN Essential Standard 7.00: Understand floral design.
Creating Wearable Designs Ms. Watson Spring 2014.
1 Containers, Mechanics, & Tools Instructional Materials Service Texas A&M University A -
History of Floral Design Part of human history as far back as the 14 th century B.C. The Egyptians : Put cut flowers in bowls and basins The Greeks.
Floral Design Bud Vase Construction Bud Vase A tall, narrow container with a small neck designed to hole one or a small number of flowers. Quick and.
Floral Design Bud Vase Construction Step – by – Step Directions.
MAY FLOWERS. Why Choose Silk/Dry Flowers Over Real Flowers? They last longer More affordable Always look like the first day you picked them Don’t have.
Personal Flowers Floral Design Ms. Perry. Personal Flowers Personal flowers include: Flowers to Wear Flowers to Carry Think of how flowers might be used.
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