Floral Crafts

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Watson-Guptill Publications, Aug 1, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
Explains how to follow traditional designs and techniques to create wreaths, centerpieces, door decor, herbals and condiments, favors and gifts, and fragrances and infusions. Includes directions for 96 projects to make, 182 color illus., 104 how-to diagrams, and full-size and iron-on craft patterns. Includes: (1) wreaths and decorations: decorative doors; garlands; pressing fresh flowers; drying fresh flowers; dried flower arrangements; and topiary techniques; (2) fragrances and floral designs: potpourris and sachets; nosegays and favors; herbal favors; baskets with bows; and stencil technique; (3) from the field and garden: herb gardens; basket weaving; cornhusk doll; and fragrant settings.

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Allen D. Bragdon, the founder of the Brainwaves Center, is the founding editor of "Games" magazine and former editor of the "New York Times" "Playspace" puzzle column syndicated internationally in the 1980s. He lives on Cape Cod.
David Gamon, Ph.D., holds advanced degrees in the cognitive sciences from the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Oakland, California.

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