Ikebana DIY

Ikebana DIY

Feature 13260588 | © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid | 11 images

The Japanese art of flower displays is easily adapted to dried flowers

Dried flowers are excellent! They give you the joy of blossoms and intricate details, without the need for regular watering. And with this easily built pedestal made out of wood, the dried flowers can be displayed tastefully, with a tranquil Japanese touch.

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Feature No.: 13260588
Number of images: 11
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Photographer: © living4media / Algermissen, Astrid
Topic: Decoration, Do it yourself
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