Quick and Easy Flower Design by Jessica Wrobel
More Than 125 Color-Based Recipes for Everday Bouquets

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How do you create unique and easy floral ideas? Simply follow the recipes in the Quick and Easy Flower Design book. Each recipe is written in a simple, flexible format. Each is so easy it can be completed in ten minutes by even beginning floral arrangers. The book includes simple botanical mixes, such as berries, hostas, and sage, not fancy florist shop creations, which also makes projects inexpensive without sacrificing visual impact. Flowers come from the grocery store, the roadside, and your own back yard.

There are professional care tips and cutting instructions along with a discussion of color and texture. Readers will also find creative container ideas ranging from candlesticks to a squash and various kitchen jars. No other book approaches florals from this simple, fresh, modern and quick perspective.

ItÆs a handy idea book with literally hundreds of recipes for quick bouquets and gifts, offers a novel approach to floral design, and shows a flare for creative combinations, containers, and presentations.

 

About Jessica Wrobel

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Published May 1, 2005 by Quarry Books. 128 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction