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Flower Focus: Dahlia

Flower Focus: Dahliafeatured

Ah The Dahlia. I’m yet to find one as big as MY head (it’s pretty big) but nothing compares to the brilliance and variety of Dahlias. The Dahlia consists of around 30 species of tuberous-rooted perennials and subshrubs and they belong to the daisy (Asteraceae) family. They are incredibly easy to grow and the best part about Read more

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Brekkie & Blooms Wrap Up!

Brekkie & Blooms Wrap Up!featured

Wow! What an amazing day! On Saturday we had our very first workshop Brekkie & Blooms and I am still reeling from the day! It was so perfect and went off without a hitch. We started the day with some introductions and then it was straight into brekkie! We had some lovely croissants provided by Read more

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Flower Focus: Tulip

Flower Focus: Tulipfeatured

I’m so excited to introduce a new series I’ll be bringing you over the next couple of weeks/months/years/millennia. Now, I am no expert by any means, and I have to give full credit to my best friend and favourite brother Timothy for teaching me soooo many things about growing flowers, which mostly involves me sending Read more

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By my Bedside: Bec

By my Bedside: Becfeatured

This week Bec give us an insight into what our flower friend, has to have by her bedside. One: Aesop Geranium Leaf Body Balm I have been obsessed with Aesop for years, from their package design, to their stores, to the product itself. I get really gross hands from working with flowers (trust me it is not a Read more

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Brekkie & Blooms Floral Workshop

Brekkie & Blooms Floral Workshopfeatured

UPDATE! WE NOW HOST PRIVATE FLOWER WORKSHOPS !Yay! If you would like us to host a private flower workshop for your next hens party, birthday or bridal shower, please visit out workshop & events pages for more info on booking a private event.     Happy Monday Makers! Hope your weekend was spent creating your latest DIY’s Read more

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Scrumptious herb and bloom posies you can eat!

Scrumptious herb and bloom posies you can eat!featured

Ok let’s face it, I’m the first to admit that I’ve never been much of a cook, but I have always wanted to grow my own herb garden. Without really knowing what to use them for (besides attracting insects) I recently started incorporating them into my floral arrangements, ranging from Rosemary, Mint, Dill and Sage. Read more

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We are a collective of creative professionals who have banded together to form the Makers Society. Each bringing their own set of skills and hobbies, from graphic design to coding, floristry to sewing, baking to photography and styling, we love to share our knowledge with others and learn new skills through our blog and through Read more

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