Flower Arrangement: 61 Creative Ways

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Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd, Nov 1, 2009 - 95 pages
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A beautiful arrangement rejuvenates the heart and brings about a transformation in the home. It occupies very little space and wins appreciation of all. With this book harness the skill of free style ikebana and novel flower arranging. Special sections on permanent and florist's flowers have been included. There are numerous innovative ideas, which have been combined interestingly. All the designs are illustrated by a photograph and step-by-step instructions to follow. Common varieties of flowers and foliage are used as they are popularly grown in almost every home garden. The idea is to create an exquisite display by using only a few flowers and foliage. Practice ikebana as it is an involvement, almost meditative. Indeed, it is a diversion in solitude that relieves tension and is a delightful and rewarding experience.
 

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A brilliant book for the people with no idea about flower arrangement ..

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I love flower arranging. After referring this book, an amateur like me started producing arrangements everyone appreciates. The book shows techniques like how to prepare the flowers for arrangement, how to choose them, how to create refined ikebana etc. It has 61 awesome designs. The designs for celebrations are eye-catching. 

Contents

Quick and Easy Creative Designs
24
Experimenting with Varied Materials
38
Designs with Flowers from the Florists
51
Making Celebrations Memorable
66
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About the author (2009)

Ranjana Tulsyan has been involved in flower arranging for many years. She has completed the diploma in Ikenobo Floral Art, and has been awarded the traditional title of Junkakyo (Instructor of Ikebana), by the Ikenobo School in Japan. Sharing the fruits of her study, her skills took the form of this book for flower arrangers and for all those striving towards the ideal of beauty in Ikebana.

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