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The Pina Colada Chrysanthemum is Robust and Very Pleasant to Work With

I really like the Pina Colada cream

written by: Sarah Willemart | 11-11-2020

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As a daughter of a florist and a psychoanalyst, I grew up in the world of plants and analysis. Living in the countryside, nature was all around me. My shop is named Sarah Fleur.

Inspiration

My inspirations come from everywhere, from other trades, films, and books. And my imagination. We have to use everything around us. And my passions are numerous! First of all, I will say “life”, then of course, nature, and the flower. I like walks in the forest, discovering all that nature can offer, the graphics it builds fascinate me. I like to take my pictures in natural surroundings.

 

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Chrysanthemum Pina Colada

Chrysanthemum Pina Colada!  The product is robust and very pleasant to work with. I really like the Pina Colada Cream. This color is between the two ‘standard’ ones. The Pina Colada Cream is a very light yellow, and rarer to find on the flower markets.  I think it is very pretty to work in shades with the other colors (white and yellow ), or to work alone or with other plants. It can also work very well in arrangements of monovarietal bouquets (with only one variety), as well as very well for working on floral outfits. The ‘stickiness’ is very good.

 

Sarah Willemart with Pina Colada Cream Chrysanthemum - on Thursd
I really like the Pina Colada Cream Chrysanthemum

 

Design no. 1 – Easter Piece

Chrysanthemum Pina Colada White.

 

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I used 5 white chrysanthemum stems, with white hot glue lace bouquet structure (AS supplier exclusive German company), and formed a round bouquet, an ideal nest for the Easter period.

 

 

Design no. 2 – Round Spring Bouquet

Chrysanthemum Pina Colada White, Pina Colada Cream, and Pina Colada Yellow.

 

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I used 7 stems of White, Cream and Yellow Pina Colada Chrysanthemum. Liana bouquet structure and jute rope. A round spring bouquet. I really Like the Pina Colada Cream.

 

 

Design no. 3 – Classic Sympathy Piece

Chrysanthemum Pina Colada White, Pina Colada Cream, and Pina Colada Yellow.

 

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In total, I used 14 Chrysanthemum stems, and created a sympathy piece. With clematis seeds, blue thistle. And white, yellow and cream Pina Colada Chrysanthemum.

 

 

Design no. 4 – Petticoat

Chrysanthemum Pina Colada White, Yellow, and Cream.

 

Sarah Willemart  Pina Colada Chrysanthemum - on Thursd Petticoat 3

 

And here is my last piece. 25 Pina Colada chrysanthemums in the three colors. It’s a collage with floral glue on a tutu petticoat.

 

 

A Little advice

Life and time are more important than anything. You have to live your passions. Life will only be more beautiful! Having made my passion my job makes me want to get up every morning!

Never stop training, looking for new things. Do not hesitate to glean ideas from trendy, decoration and flower shows, florist social networks. I think that today we have a lot of tools at our fingertips, to inspire us, train us or be advised.


Sarah Willemart

Daughter of a Florist and a Psychoanalyst, I grew up in the world of plants and analysis. Living in the countryside, nature was all around me.

After passing my BAC in Agronomy and Environment, and studying florist, I continued my studies and obtained my interior decorator diploma.

I understood that I wanted to do something that looked like me, something different. The idea then arose, a fusion between the tattoo and the flower. I released my book "Inked & Blossom" that came out in June 2017.

My inspirations come from everywhere, from other trades, films, books, and my imagination. We have to use everything around us. And my passions are numerous! First of all, I will say "life", then, of course, nature, the flower. I like walks in the forest, discovering all that nature can offer, the graphics it builds fascinate me.

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