Teach Yourself Flower Arranging

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NTC Publishing Group, 1992 - Floral decorations - 172 pages
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Whether you want to create a simple bowl of flowers for the home, a gift for a friend, or an arrangement for a special occasion, the easy, step-by-step instructions and gorgeous color illustrations in "Teach Yourself Flower Arranging" help guarantee you will achieve the desired effect. The book tells you how to select the right materials to work with; choose and buy top-quality flowers; create modern and traditional designs; make seasonal gifts and decorations; and maximize the longevity of their creations.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The diagonal
73
Landscape design
79
Copyright

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Judith Blacklock is an experienced teacher of flower arranging. She is the editor of The Flower Arranger magazine and has her own school of flowers.

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