Designs by Nature: Creating Wonderful Displays for the Home with Flowers, Leaves, Stones and Shells

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Southwater, 2000 - House & Home - 160 pages
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-- A beautiful guide to creating over 50 glorious natural designs, inspired by the four seasons
-- How to create a Spring Seashell Soap Dish, a gloriously abundant Country Basket and a sumptuous Christmas Candle Pot
-- Includes step-by-step instructions to guide you through even the most complex decorations
-- Over 300 evocative, specially commissioned photographs

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Techniques
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Spring
24
Summer
44
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Terence Moore was educated at the University of Manitoba. He worked from 1966 to 1979 as reporter, Ottawa correspondent, and editorical writer for the Montreal Star. After brief service at the Montreal Gazette, he returned to Winnipeg in 198 as editorial writer for the Winnipeg Free Press. His other writings includ travel articles for Le Soleil and political commentaries for the Ottawa Journal, and among his honours is the 1983 National Newpaper Award for Editorial Writing.

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