Â A huuuuuuge thank-you to everyone who came out to the Norwich Library on Saturday for my flower arranging class! We had a great turnout, and I think everyone stopped by at their local nursery on the way home to pick up some fresh greens for the garden! Here I am with the showstopper arrangement that I created during the seminar -- an easy, breezy arrangement of simple daisies and pink carnations in a rather unusual vessel... Yes, that's a watermelon! Â Â I simply shaved about an inch from the bottom of the melon so that it would sit stable, and then carved off the top third. Using a melon baller, I emptied most of the fruit (about two-thirds deep), and dried out the remaining interior with paper towels. After lining the interior with floral cellophane (clear cling-wrap would work wonderfully as well), I inserted pre-soaked floral foam, secured in place inside the melon with floral tape. Pop in a few of your favourite summer flowers, elevate on a cake stand, and you've got a quick and easy centerpiece that will have your guests talking at your next al fresco soiree! Photos courtesy Rose-Le Studio. While you're here, subscribe to the Style Sleuth feed so you don't miss out!