Bountiful Blooms: Preserving Flowers with Colour
Outlines the four primary methods of drying flowers and foliage: air drying, silica gel drying, glycerine preserving and pressing. Diagrams accompany details of techniques which include gluing, waxing and sealing dried flowers. Twelve arrangement projects are also featured.
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Arranging Dried Flowers
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