Simple Floral Displays

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Quayside, Sep 1, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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In Simple Floral Displays, author Jenny Raworth brings nature into your home with easy-to-make floral arrangements and decorations. From simple grasses and seedheads to berries, twigs, pinecones, and flowers. Raworth successfully teaches you how to blend materials to achieve a simple, natural-looking display. Projects take advantage of today's sophisticated range of artificial fruits, flowers and foliage, as well as offer many opportunities to blend fresh items from your garden with artificial products to achieve a lasting display. In addition to traditional centerpieces, you'll find ideas for elegant garlands, rustic wreaths, and understated mantlepiece decorations.

Raworth's basic principles are to keep colors unified and the form simple, while adding texture, depth and shape through a variety of ingredients. With this book as your inspiration, you can freshen your home with simple displays that look natural, even if they are not!

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Contents

introduction
7
TECHNIQUES
13
LASTING DISPLAYS
37
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Raworth is a highly successful flower arranger. She runs courses at her home in Twickenham on all aspects of flower arranging.

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