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Mindful : August 2017
Try going for a walk to look for natural mate- rials to arrange with. Don’t restrict yourself to just flowers—look for interesting branches or even pieces of bark, as in the arrangement pictured above. Get experimental. “Pairing the natural flora of your area with cut organic flowers is one way to arrange in a conscious manner,” writes Anthony Ward in his 2017 book, Being with Flow- ers. Using found materials is not only an oppor tunity to get creative with arrangements, it also offers a new way to interact with your environ- ment. “As you star t to observe the world around you in the present moment, you may find more to work with than you expected.” MATERIALS USED Gerbera daisy, Found tree bark, Palm buds A Fresh Look 58 mindful August 2017 hands on