Sensational Dried Flowers: Make Arrangements So Beautiful They Look Fresh
A virtual master class on drying techniques and floral artistry teaches crafters of all levels how to create and arrange stunning dried flowers with a just-picked look! Bountiful photographs, informative illustrations, and a friendly, encouraging narrative by an accomplished floral artist provide readers with the inspiration and the techniques needed to achieve bright and beautiful flower drying and arranging success. Author Esther Davis has spent a decade perfecting the art of drying flowers with silica gel. She owns a business specializing in preserved and dried floral arrangements and teaches these techniques in her workshop in Virginia's Roanoke Valley.
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