Watch, Listen & Create

How this class works. First, down­load the tip sheet so you have the recipe (click the but­ton below). Then watch the video about how this class is influ­enced by The Hunt­ing­ton Library. Then, gath­er your flow­ers, green­ery, vase, tools and sup­plies and watch the “how-to” video which fea­tures step-by-step of the flo­ral design.

Down­load the Tip Sheet

How this Design is Influenced by The Huntington Library

Watch the pre­sen­ta­tion first — click on the video, click the expand icon to see it full screen.

How-To Video — Step-by-Step Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Watch the video and pause to do each step with us. Click on the video, click the expand icon to see it full screen.

What we are learning about today: Flowers, Gardens and Entertaining

Centerpiece Inspired by The Huntington’s Herb Garden and a book published by The Huntington Library Press: The Cornucopia: Being a Kitchen Entertainment and Cookbook

The Cornucopia: Being a Kitchen Entertainment and Cookbook by Judith Herman, Marguerite Herman

The Cor­nu­copia: Being a Kitchen Enter­tain­ment and Cook­book
by Judith Her­man, Mar­guerite Herman

This class takes place on Novem­ber 21, 2020. Steps to com­plete this class:

Pick up flow­ers sup­plies at The Hunt­ing­ton (option­al)

Down­load the Flo­ral Sup­plies Sheet

Gath­er your Elements

Watch the Instruc­tion Video

Pause when you do each step

Share what you learn with us on Zoom at 5 p.m.

We take you on a jour­ney about the his­to­ry behind this design inspi­ra­tion and The Hunt­ing­ton and show you how to make a beau­ti­ful cen­ter­piece for your table. If you want to order the book you can from The Hunt­ing­ton Library Gift Shop.