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|Fun To Know Flower Arranging|
Genres: Special Interests, Educational
Platform: DVD MOVIE Publisher: MILLENNIUM INTERACTIVE INC. Packaging: DVD STYLE BOX An expert florist explains the art of Flower Arrangement in details demonstrating how to turn common bunch of flowers bought at any flo... more »
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customer | RI | 07/06/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is not professional, also I was expecting instructions on how to make arrangements. This DVD spends most of its time on care of fresh flowers and ideas for simple flower bouquets not basic techniques for floral arrangements. I was very disappointed."
From I can't do this to yes, I can.
Lizzy Harris | Odessa, Fl USA | 09/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have always thought that flower arranging could only be done successfully by those gifted individuals with God-given imaginations and talent. This video convinced me, she who has never arranged a flower in her life, that I can do this. The viewers are treated to simple, yet stunning arrangements that anyone can do. I also learned how to care for fresh flowers so that they look good for days. A very good video for beginners or anyone who enjoys simple, yet beautiful arrangements."
Flower Styling for playschoolers
SakuraPeazy | 06/10/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This dvd is so redundant! They show you how to create virtually the same hand tied bouquet of one flower FIVE times...just different flowers. Or how to float flower heads in a vase, like we need a demo shown several times just because they are using different types of flowers! Cut the rose head off and float it in water. Next demo: Cut the orchid head and float it in water. Next Demo: cut the daisy head and float it in water... Ugh!~ Chances are, if you are interested enough in getting this dvd...you probably are already more advanced than this "how-to" expects you to be."
Less Is More
Tim | Los Angeles | 01/01/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Ignore all the negative reviews. The beauty of this DVD is it's simplicity. For the beginner, there are a lot great ideas. Just be open to them. If you ever wondered what to do with those clear rectangular glass vases: Voila! Peter Grotas is a professional. He's a top New York City floral designer. It actually does show how to make a mixed bouquet in one of the segments. I don't even remember any flute playing!?!"