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Carnation Gold Bicolor

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Dracaena Yellow BiColor Gold Dust

By |September 3rd, 2011|

Celosia Gold Cockscomb

By |September 3rd, 2011|


By |September 3rd, 2011|

Golden Anniversary Centerpiece

By |September 10th, 2009|

Project created by Azheny Zdeb, CFD

An interpretation of application of different materials in a floral design


Rota Glass Cylinder 7″x27.5″

Acrylic Crushed Ice 46 oz. Clear

Deco Pebbles 46 oz., Dark Red

gold pebels

Bouillon Wire gold

gold string

gold spray paint

hand made tissue paper (maroon and natural sprayed with gold paint)

clear bawl with glued floral foam covered with artificial moss



How to create Glitter, Gold and Snow Finishes on Fresh Flowers!

By |December 24th, 2007|

J demonstrates Creative finishes with Spray Paint and Glitter. These FUN Creative techniques will add Sparkle and Shine to your next holiday project. J shares step by step processes and some time honored favorite tips for adding BLING to Fresh or Permanent Flowers and arrangements. Examples are shown using Carnations, Roses and Orchid Centerpieces

Dia de los Muertos Arrangement!

By |October 22nd, 2023|

Today on At Home with Flowers, we’re making an arrangement for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). The symbolism of certain flowers and inclusion of Marigolds (the traditional flower of Dia de los Muertos) with their color and scent is believed to help guide our family members and friends spirits back to

” Flowers from YOU ” – Life in Bloom Viewers Arrange Flowers Weekly.

By |June 13th, 2023|

What was the inspiration for the new feature on the show – titled “Flowers from YOU!”? “We kept getting picture of arrangements that viewers have made – which were unsolicited. I was so happy to see them. That kind of activation demonstrates the show is really resonating with the public. Viewers are not only watching the show, they are trying their hand at arranging flowers, many for the first time. I love seeing the results – beautiful flowers around the home,” explained Schwanke, host and creator of J Schwanke’s Life in Bloom, seen on public television (PBS) stations nationwide. Continue Reading

Honoring those who Served with Flowers!

By |May 28th, 2023|

On Memorial Day 2022, we hosted a Flower Event at the Michigan Veteran Homes Cemetery here in Grand Rapids Michigan with the help of Memorial Day Flowers Foundation-  along with 50 volunteers from Blue Star Moms, Gold Star Moms, Bank of America, The Grand Rapids Veteran Homes, and Bank of America…to help honor those

Episode #508 Collections in Bloom

By |May 26th, 2023|

Today on Life In Bloom it’s all about collections, living collections of trees and hosta plants in the garden, artwork featuring flowers in various forms - and even swizzle sticks and recipes. In some circles I might be known to be a bit of a pack rat. I do love a good collection and have many personal collections that I enjoy. I’ve shared my flower frog collection on the show - as well as my Starburst Franciscan Dinnerware. Although she mainly collects experiences, as many people do today, I’ve even inspired my niece Grace to collect the pattern Echo, by the same creator, Mary Chalmers Brown. I do try to be mindful of collections, however, and have become more particular to adding to collections or starting new ones. Of course, this rarely applies to flowers. I can always find a bit of room in the garden for another specimen. Let’s dive into some curated collecting and see where we wind up. Watch Video or Free Preview