Information on caring for floral arrangements, making mini-desserts with citrus fruits and making knitted jewelry will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday.
Michelle Robertson, a floral designer, will share some tips on making sure your beautiful arrangement stays that way for as long as possible. She is the manager of Hestand’s Floral and Gifts in Portales.
Eleisha Ensign is the executive director of TexaSweet Citrus Marketing Inc., and she will demonstrate some healthy, delicious mini-desserts for kids as she focuses on the health benefits of eating grapefruit. She’ll also talk about nutrition, varieties, selection and storage of grapefruit. She’s from Mission, Texas.
Ava Green is a designer, and her company is Terri’s Yarns and Crafts in Sevierville, Tenn. She’s going to demonstrate how to make knitted jewelry, and she’ll show lots of beautiful pieces of jewelry she’s made.
Information on pears, making wire-edged ribbon flowers and using the computer to make home decor will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.
Registered dietitian and spokeswoman for Northwest Pear Bureau Pat Baird will talk about different varieties of pears, share ripening techniques and tips to prevent browning, as well as discussing nutrition. She’s from Greenwich, Conn.
Author and designer Helen Gibb will show how to make beautiful lilies from wire-edged ribbons and tell ways to display them. Her company is Helen Gibb Design Inc. in Louisville, Colo.
Decorating expert Deborah Durham, a representative of Hewlett-Packard, will show how to use the computer, scanner, digital camera and printer to create rugs, frames and place mats featuring your favorite household pet. Durham lives in Santa Fe.