Flower Arranging for the First Time

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Fresh, dried, or silk flower designs bloom in lavish photographs, and the wonderfully detailed question and answer format shows how to realize them. Get the basics on inexpensive tools, flower care and conditioning, materials, and techniques. An array of imaginative arrangements include ones that incorporate branches or candles and combine a potted plant with fresh flowers..
 

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Contents

Country Carnations
42
What do I need to know about fresh floral How do I make a dried arrangement
48
according to where it will be displayed? 28 How do I string fresh flowers?
54
Hov do I cut fresh flower stems?
111

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About the author (2003)

Binks, the author, lives in northern California, and his sister, Ruby Begonia, the illustrator, lives in Salem, Oregon. Both attended Candalaria Elementary School in Salem. Their interests include a tree nursery, organic gardening, art, and all things outdoors. They have degrees in architecture, biology, and medicine. Binks wrote this story to reflect his sister's love of the earth and its creatures. All proceeds from the first printing of this book will be donated to the Candalaria Elementary School library, after which a portion of all proceeds will go to the African Wildlife Fund.

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