Pantone Peach Fuzz Design
The 2024 Pantone Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz is a flower friendly color! The velvety gentle peach tone is reflected in the GardenRosesDirect.com rose variety Princess Maya. In this how-to floral design video Leanne shows how to design a foam-free classic round design. Enjoy!
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Our first video featuring Pantone's Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz, foam-free of course. Let me show you how to create the classic round with this fabulous color.
The star of the show, the Princess Maya Garden rose from GardenRosesDirect.com. That hue is perfect for the Pantone color of the year, Peach Fuzz. When you pair it with mint green, the carnations, it gives you a wonderful retro vibe. The container, ceramic. Floral netting. That way I can do a beautiful, secure foam-free design, and just add water pre-mixed with flower food.
First, the base foliage, some Salal, giving it a cut, and then draping it across from one side to the other, following a central binding point. Some Israeli Ruscus getting a little more extension and even a little bit of Italian Ruscus, cutting it down and letting it drape off to the side.
Now the roses, they open so beautifully. They have a great petal count, wonderful fragrance, and they're long-lasting. One of my favorite varieties. Tucking them down in making sure they're fully into the water reservoir, creating a triangle and coming back with the mint green and repeating another triangle, and then add flowers until it's full and lush.
A final touch, a little bit of Queen Anne's Lace, also with that soft minty green hue, tucking it in, adding just enough texture for interest and excitement to the design, following the same binding point radiating through the center.
The recipe, today I worked in sevens. I started with the Princess Maya roses from GardenRosesDirect.com, seven of them, seven mint green carnations, and seven stems of the Queen Anne's Lace. Foliage, a combination of Italian Ruscus, Israeli Ruscus, and Salal.
The Pantone color of the year, Peach Fuzz, is sure to be a favorite. It's so flower friendly and it is perfect as we move into the spring season. You'll find more creative inspiration, and of course, more Pantone colors on the website FlowerSchool.com. If you have questions, you can reach us through there. Now it's your turn. Look up Peach Fuzz. Find all your favorite peach flowers and create a classic round. Take a picture. Post on social media and hashtag Floral Design Institute. That way we all can see what you do as you do something you love.