Whether winding greenery onto a wreath form with your own hands and florist’s wire, or transforming a store-bought wreath, the secrets are in the garden (and the produce section of the market): roses, hydrangeas, citrus, berry bushes, complementary greens and herbs, fruits, vegetables and flowers in season. Here are ideas galore for making gorgeous wreaths for year-round and special festivities.
|Publisher:||Smith, Gibbs Publisher|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||11 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
About the Author
Read an Excerpt
I have always been fascinated by these words, by the imagery and symbolism rings represent. Hearing Granddaddy as celebrant, commissioning new couples with such thought-provoking words, leads my imagination towards other rings of symbolism and meaningwreaths.
A wreath holds the same testament of never-ending devotion, while historically representing seasonal joys as well. Since the dawn of antiquity, wreaths have been used as adornment on doors, heads, tables, and homes. They are full of history, lore and representation.
Table of Contents
7 I n t r o d u c t i o n
1 7 S p r i n g F e v e r
4 3 S u m m e r E v e r l a s t i n g
6 3 A u t u m n D e l i g h t s
9 7 Wi n t e r We l c o m e s
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is an aesthetically pleasing book. However, for over 10 dollars, one gets only 30 pages. My poor rating is based on the poor value. I regret the purchase.