Floral design students learn arrangement skills with tissue-paper flowers

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With tissue paper in hand, juniors Brianna Markey and Emily Rivas work on building an artificial flower arrangement. Students in the advanced floral design course, taught by teacher Jordan Loving, are required to know how to make an arrangement. Tissue-paper arranging is one of the many ways that florists practice their design skills without using cut flowers.

Christi Norris, Photo Editor

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