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{how to: a classic english hand-tied bouquet}


. . . after happening upon the enormous bouquet of pink peonies in erin fetherston‘s paris apartment in a past issue of domino, have fallen in love with cylindrical vases, which can sometimes be a little difficult to use due to their width, and so was delighted to discover southern living‘s step-by-step instructions for a classic english hand-tied bouquet, which includes arranging the stems in a spiral and fastening with florist tape beforehand . . .

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