Colors in Bloom
Silk flowers can brighten up a room and bring all the beauty of Mother Nature indoors. Following Terry Rye's simple techniques, readers will learn how to create gorgeous bouquets that instantly infuse any living space with vibrant color and style. Terry's instructions cover everything from the basic principles of floral design and color to arrangements that evoke specific moods. Twenty-four dramatic floral projects, each featuring silk flowers readily available in craft stores, show readers how to create different color mixes with palettes in the warm, cool, pastel, neutral and black-and-white color groups. Step-by-step photos illustrate the techniques.
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