HOW TO ARRANGE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS by Katherine N. Cutler

HOW TO ARRANGE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book offering general advice and specific hints on flower arranging has the nice effect of bringing flowers into every room of the house and every part of living. Mrs. Cutler discusses general flower arrangement, arrangements using wildflowers or houseplants or artificial flowers (""Do use fresh when you can""), budget and miniature arrangements, the Japanese style (very briefly). Arrangements suitable to the house from entrance to bedroom and kitchen; for parties; holidays, along with notes on using talents for others. Mrs. Cutler lists what flowers are available when, at what window (with what light) household plants thrive, what flowers are suitable for church use. Informally informative on life with flowers, a little light on exact details of arrangements but with a number of helpful ideas and guidelines.

Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1967
Publisher: Doubleday