Dried Flowers for All Seasons: Creating the Fresh-Flower Look Year-Round
Dried Flowers for All Seasons shows how to create dried-flower arrangements with the color, appeal, and just-picked look of fresh flowers. What's unique about this book is that it includes flowers not usually associated with dried arrangements -- including spring flowers such as tulips and daffodils. The book is arranged by season and there are several types of arrangements for each, including wreaths, sprays, and traditional bouquets.
-- Features in-depth information on drying techniques.
-- Includes more than 300 color photos.
-- A glossary lists more than 60 flowers suitable for drying.
-- Step -by-step instructions show how to arrange flowers.
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