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|Publisher||Silk King Studios|
Reviewed in Genii 1944 September
Victory Bouquet on creating flower bouquets out of tissue paper and other easy to obtain supplies. However, he did not go into detail on effects with these bouquets because he assumed the reader already knew some.
Table of contents
3. Introduction 4. Requirements 4. Blossoms 4. Outside leaves or petals (calyx) 4. Springs 4. Spring reinforcements 4. Stems 4. Stem leaves 4. Stem wrappings 5. Folding the blossom 6. Preparing the stem 6. Cutting and shaping the spring 9. Mounting the spring on stem 9. Fitting the blossom on stem and spring 9. Shaping and applying the outside leaves 10. Stem leaves 10. Wrapping stem and leaves 10. Assembling the bouquet 13. A handy holder 13. A sleeve holder 14. Producing a bouquet 14. From the sleeves 15. Without a foulard 15. Production blossoms 15. Dart bouquets 15. Outside leaves or pedals (calyx) 16. Stem leaves 16. Stems 16. Uneven bouquets
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