New in Paper French beading is a simple yet lovely art, beautifully described here and illustrated in color with more than 70 close-up, how-to photos that show the intracacies of growing a garden of 30 flowers with delicate seed beads. Forty additional illustrations present the exact bead placement for each particular flower part. Just string the beads on wires and bend them into realistic, three-dimensional shapes; a helpful introductory section covers all the basics. You can indulge your creative passion almost anywhere--and the nicest thing is, they last forever. Construct a budding dogwood branch, frame a mirror with wisteria blooms, or make a holiday wreath of holly and gold-tipped pinecones. A gallery of vintage pieces illustrates the rich history of the craft.
Step-by-step instructions and scores of illustrations show aspiring beadworkers how to assemble more than 50 botanically accurate specimens of African violets, hyacinths, sunflowers, miniature versions of irises, jonquils, tea roses, and many other glittering beauties. Also, helpful suggestions for creating table decorations, attractive bouquets, and festive Christmas ornaments.
Flowers have long been used to symbolize life’s important events and emotions. Roses are symbols of love, lilies, the flowers of death and renewal, and carnations a sign of appreciation. We use flowers as wedding decorations, Valentine’s Day presents and Christmas ornaments. No matter what the occasion is, a beautiful flower arrangement is a wonderful way to celebrate life through vibrant colors and rich floral scents. With this ebook discover: - My top 5 flower arranging recommendations - 6 flower arranging secrets you never knew - Discover easy to do flower arranging solutions - The simplest ways to make the best of flower arranging - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!
Impressive but achievable flower arranging The Flower Book in ebook(PDF) format recognizes that we all love fresh flowers in our homes and want to keep them looking fabulous, without costing the earth or being too complicated. This book offers the solutions; with simple step-by-steps and clear photos, you can now create impressive but achievable flower arranging for all occasions - from pretty flowers in the home to striking bouquets for weddings. Featuring over 70 arrangements, using 38 most widely available flowers. Packed with insider tips and tricks for achieving stunning results with minimum effort and for keeping your flowers fresh and beautiful for as long as possible. There are also features on weddings throughout the year, showing you how to make beautiful pew ends, buttonholes and table arrangements for each season. While other flower arranging books look impressive, but leave you wondering just how to achieve such beautiful arrangements at home, this book isn't just about showing off, it's about showing how.
Planning a wedding in the nineties is no easy task. It takes time, extensive legwork & a capacity for detail that makes you wish you had a full-time secretary, complete with computer, to handle it. And a wedding takes money. The average cost in the nineties will easily exceed $20,000--a lot to spend on a simple ceremony that's followed by a four or five hour party. This book will show you how to logically budget your wedding dollars (no matter what you have to spend,) & how to find clergy for an interfaith wedding. It will explain why the bride's family should not be saddled with the full expense of a wedding. It will instruct you on how to buy a wedding gown to suit your figure & wedding type--& ensure that it arrives on time. The book further reveals why fresh flowers are less expensive than "silks," & how you should properly word an invitation for a blended family. You will learn what to include in your contracts with bridal shops, caterers, photographers, florists & entertainers--in short, it will teach you how to be an educated consumer. FOR THE BRIDE is packed with all the information you'll need to plan the wedding of your dreams. It's the only bridal book you'll ever need to purchase. FOR THE BRIDE was created to be your guide to your wedding. Read it. Enjoy it. Refer to it often. FOR THE BRIDE was written for you! To order contact: JE House Publishing, Ltd., P.O. Box 817, Norwalk, CT 06856-0817 or call 407-392-1417.
An all-inclusive guide to New York City features little-known resources and amusements, tips on dealing with the city's problems, and advice on the best services, shopping, and restaurants, all organized into useful categories such as Arts & Diversions, Coping, Services, Restaurants, Spirits, Sports, and Stores. Original.
From the bridal veil, invitations, to the guest book, this book provides you with 21 step-by-step projects that are fun, affordable and surprisingly easy to make. Projects are designed with non-perishable materials so everything can be finished well in advance of the big day.