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Ikebana Class at the Honolulu Museum

Ikebana class with Shimabukuro and Tottoriat sensei at the Honolulu Museum
February 18 – April 14
Thu 6-8pm
Cost: $115.00 plus materials fee

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How to Open a Flower Shop in Hawaii

Many flower shops had closed their business in the pass few years. Nuuanu Floral Shop, Petals & Beans, Rudy’s Florist to just to name a few.  That make me wonder how hard this business is and how many, if any, who would like to start a floral business on the island.

Below is a link to a great article on chron.com that show you a brief step by step process on how to open a flower shop.  http://smallbusiness.chron.com/open-floral-shop-10270.html Good luck.

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How to pin a corsage on a dress

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How to pin a boutonniere

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Prom wristlet and wrist corsage

Wrist corsage speak causal and fun.  That’s exactly the attitude young adults want their prom night to be. Baby roses with a touch of filler is all you need to create a beautiful wristlet or wrist corsage.  Each flower blossom is wired and taped before attaching to a strap.  As you can see, ribbon is added to compliment the theme color.  Have fun time.

1-Flowers 2014 (prom and arrangement

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Pikake (Jasmine) Hairclip

This is made by our pikake supplier. Fragrant blossoms in the hair. What a wonderful idea! We are not sure how it would hold up since they are all floral glued to the clip. Let us know.

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Honolulu Wreath Contest 2015

Wreath of pencils, Walkman parts, color plastic and dry plants can be found at the Honolulu Wreath Festival.  Merry Christmas to everyone from Sweet Blossoms Hawaii.

Honolulu Wreath Contest 2015

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Celebration of Hawaiian Lei Making, 2014

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Mid-Week featurs Brian Choy, local  lei making master, who will be heading the lei-making demonstration this Saturday and Sunday at the Honolulu Academy of Art School.  Check it out.

2014-04-27 At the Muesum lei making demo

2014 Celebration of Hawaiian Lei Making
Honolulu Academy of Art School
April 26 (Saturday)
10 am to 3:30 pm Hawaiian Lei Making
12:30 pm Lei-making Jeopardy
1:30 pm Talk-story/planting feature

April 27 (Sunday)
10 am to 3:30 pm Hawaiian Lei Making
12:30-1 p.m. Hula

Admission is free.
For information about the event or other exhibits, call 532-8700 or visit honolulumuseum.org

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Oasis Soaking Instruction

For those DYIer, remember to free float, imprint side up, until foam is fully soaked. The oasis is designed to let air in with those pin hole facing down and let water in slowly, therefore never force the soaking.

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May Day is Lei Day

Come out to Kapiolani Park on May 1st for a day long of lei related festivities.  From 10:30 on, you will be able to see the contest lei and even lei making demonstration. See link below for more information. 

https://www1.honolulu.gov/parks/programs/leiday/index.htm

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