4 edition of Dried Flowers Drying and Arranging found in the catalog.
Dried Flowers Drying and Arranging
by Sterling*+ Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Naturally, the flatter the flowers start off, the easier it will be to press them. Examples of flat flowers include pansies. This gorgeous book offers a new approach to flower arranging with dried botanicals, exploring ways to preserve flowers’ beauty forever through drying and pressing, and then presents a catalogue of 30 flowers that are interesting for colour, texture and sculptural appeal in arrangements.
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Only 1 left in stock - order soon.4/5. The projects in this book are tightly crafted topiaries and potted bunches of flowers similar to those treated in Carol Endler Sterbenz's The Complete Book of Dried Flower Topiaries (LJ 11/1/95). Use of one plant type in a simple container is Pages: Dried flowers are the perfect accent to wreaths, forever bouquets, or other decorating projects—and drying flowers you've grown is a great way to conserve the fruits of your labors.
There are several ways to dry flowers—either by hanging them upside down, laying them flat (for flower heads), or pressing them. - Dried Flower Crafts Book - Dried Floral Arranging. - Dried Flower Crafts Book - Dried Floral Arranging.
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Spread all the dried flowers in front of you. Remove those with damaged or crumbled blooms or petals and discard. Lift three to four flowers and arrange the blooms in a triangle or square respectively.
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Eucalyptus, statice, lavender, caspia, cedar, sugarbush and much more!This liberally illustrated book provides step-by-step instructions for growing, drying and arranging a wide range of garden flowers, grasses and herbs in UK or similar conditions.
A large section of the book is comprised of a plant directory with notes for each species. A useful appendix gives information on seed and plant quantities required for personal or larger scale : M.
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