Creative Workshops with Preserved Flower

Interest Courses

KUNSTMUSEUM Den Haag, the Netherlands, Certificate

Regular Course






Dive into the world of Preserved Flowers, an interesting alternative to fresh flower arrangements as students will be introduced to completely new and different techniques of handling preserved flowers.

12 Designs per Level, available in a total of 3 Levels. Handcraft a wide range of gift arrangements, decorations and accessories from elegant floral pins to boutonnieres, artistry flower domes to photo frames.


Suitable for complete beginners.

Get started and take your floristry techniques to the next level.

About the Class

We will present students with a handout covering the design of each class, including botanical names of the flowers and foliages used in both English & Chinese, sketches and sample photos (when applicable) to assist learning. Our Instructor will kick start each class with a detailed explanation, following a step-by-step teaching method to ensure students develop the necessary applicable techniques and skills.


Guided by our experienced instructors every step of the way with feedback as you focus on the building blocks of the craft and establishing a strong foundation of floral know-how. Everything you make is yours to take home – which will be another learning opportunity to observe different flowers and foliages’ full character and vase life.

Accreditation Pathway

Students can start at a minimum of 7+ days after successful registration and enrollment. (subject to schedule, instructor and classroom availability) Feel free to call or email us with your preferred date to check availability directly.


For those who work shift hours or have an unfixed working schedule, please contact us to find out how this timetable can cater to your schedule.

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