Impossible Dream Studio

Greeting Card Workshop, February 11

Bringing people together to inspire and share

The on-line store is up and running! Shipping and in-store pick-up options...

105 N. Patterson Ave

Florence, Texas 76527

(Exit Business 195, between Killeen and Georgetown)

Hours of Operation

Saturdays: 10am - 5pm

We're still in the start up phase, so we'll be open on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm starting January 8, 2022. When you see the flags flying, we're open. Come on in and visit. For more information about Saturday studio classes, visit the "Classes" page.

Wednesdays: 12-3p; 6-9pm

Lisa Riley Studio: Beginner Watercolor. See "Classes" page for more information...

Why these Flags?

The blue field and yellow star is the 1836-1839 Republic of Texas flag, also known as the Burnet Flag. The other one is the Republic of Florence, which celebrates a local iris that grows on the banks of the Arno River. This flag was adopted in 1251.

Photo of artist, David Borden, standing in front of the "Howdy from Florence" sign.

Florence is on State Highway 195 thirty-four miles north of Austin in northwestern Williamson County. The site was settled in the early 1850s and briefly called Brooksville but had become known as Florence by 1857, when its first post office was established. The origin of this name is uncertain... (learn more)

See pictures from the GRAND OPEING, FEBRUARY 19, 2022