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Mindful : August 2017
Less Is More You don't need dramatic arrange- ments or fancy, costly materials to bring life and color into your home. Embellish a win- dowsill with a few small blooms from your backyard, placed in delicate jars like the ones pictured below. If you're using clear containers, add a few drops of food coloring to the water for a subtle flourish. Tool Time Flower arrangements can be so much more than placing stems in vases. These tools used by professional florists can open up new possibilities. MATERIALS USED On previous page [teapot]: Hydrangea, Solidaster, Kangaroo paw, Pincushion, Billy but ton, Kiwi vine Left: Lily grass, Billy button Right: Snapdragon, Gerbera daisy, Kiwi vine FLOWER FROG When using more than one container, consider how they work together to fill the space. TIP As you arrange, place each flower as if it’s facing the sun: up and out. TIP CLIPPERS FLORAL TAPE FLORAL WIRE 56 mindful August 2017 hands on