How to Arrange Dried Florals If You Think You Can't
Leisure Arts, 1998 - Art - 143 pages
Here is everything crafters need to create beautiful dried floral arrangements with professional flair--from learning the basics about dried, preserved, and freeze-dried flowers, greenery and other natural materials to buying tools and supplies and adding the finishing touches to arrangements. Illustrated.
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