If you're in the Toronto area and ready for spring (and I mean real spring, not this fake spring we've been having all winter), sign up for one of my upcoming workshops at Harbourfront Centre. Give yourself something to look forward to.
On April 21, I'm doing a full-day workshop on how to make an ethereal paper wreath from Japanese watermark tissue. It's a really simple project that looks stunning hung in a window. And it makes a nice gift as well.
And on May 12, I'll be teaching my Paper & Petals workshop, in which I'll show you tons of ways you can combine decorative papers with flowers to create beautiful gifts as well as centrepieces for your home or for events (attention brides!). You'll learn how to wrap bouquets from the corner store so they look as if they came from a high-end florist (a great budget-conious gift for Mother's Day), plus you'll get to make your own paper medallion floral pick like the one shown in the photo above.
To sign up, visit the Harbourfront Centre website.