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Centerpieces are considered to be the most difficult of all flower arrangements to create because they must be attractive from all angles. In this book the author provides directions for creating over 40 different designs for all occasions and pocketbooks. Getting hold of the instructions for creating the lavish mass arrangement of garden flowers on page 17 alone is worth the price of the book.
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Jean Hallstead has been a flower designer, a shell collector and designer, a miniaturist, a maker of jewelry and a teacher of all of the above. She is a creative person uniquely able to teach as well as doing it herself.Review:
"Hallstead encourages her readers to use their imaginations and go beyond the guidelines she lays out" -- Baltimore Sun
"Mrs. Hallstead's book will fill the void of being able to call on her in person for centerpiece ideas" -- Gardenews
"recommended as exceptional and a valued addition to personal, community or family library" -- Midwest Book Review
"this informative book is worth reading and using" -- National Gardener
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Book Description Prospect Hill, 1986. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0941526038