The Ultimate Floral Collection : A Celebration of Flower Design, Hardback

The Ultimate Floral Collection : A Celebration of Flower Design Hardback

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The Ultimate Floral Collection is without a doubt the comprehensive flower design bible, covering every aspect of the art of flower arranging.

Easy-to-follow step-by-step projects make this book accessible to the beginner, while stunning arrangements provide inspiration for more seasoned florists.

Showcasing a wealth of beautiful designs, The Ultimate Floral Collection indicates once again why Paula Pryke is one of the most respected and imitated floral designers in the world.

The 'Colourful Creations' section provides inspiration and advice on selecting and designing with flowers within a particular palette, and on the best colour combinations. 'Decorating the Home' guides the reader through a wonderful selection of containers and arrangements to use around the home.

For special occasions, there are sections on both 'Flowers for Giving', covering portable arrangements that can be presented as gifts, plus full-scale floral decorations for events including birthdays, Christmas and weddings. Finally, an extensive 'Techniques' section, with 24 step-by-step projects, arms readers with the skills they need to become confident flower designers, from the essential hand-tied bouquet to wiring, arranging in foam and decorating containers.

The Ultimate Floral Collection contains an unprecedented selection of different designs, all packed into a single invaluable source book.

It is guaranteed to inspire.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 384 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: Jacqui Small LLP
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  • Category: Flower arranging & floral crafts
  • ISBN: 9781906417383



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Lovely book but nothing new. This is compendium of designs and techniques from all her previous books. If you don't have any other books by Paula, get this one.

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