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Best flower arranging book,
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This review is from: The Judith Blacklock Encyclopedia of Flower Design (Hardcover)
I am a flower-arranging novice and this book was recommended to me by someone who has run (for a couple of decades) one of the many NAFAS branches dedicated to flower arranging, after I complained that all the flower books from my library basically just had many pretty pictures that didn't really support me in creating good arrangements for myself, based on bunches I could get at the supermarket. I wanted a flower arranging book with principles and theories, a really good teaching book.
I was more than impressed with this one: over two dozen classic and modern design principles for bigger arrangements plus easy-to-follow smaller ideas, examples of show-work, equipment and techniques, how to condition the plant material (vital if you want your arrangement to continue looking good for more than a couple of days), and much more. Clear text and great photos. If you only want one book on flower arranging, this is it. For a collection, this is a must-add or a wonderful starting point.
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Initial post: 26 Aug 2015 23:17:32 BDT
ms f murphy says:
Hi, does this book have ideas on decorating arches and advanced wire work? I have the basic skills but want to advance with more challenging ideas. Thanks
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