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. Blakelee's industrial cyclopedia, a simple practical guide ... A ready reference and reservoir of useful information. More than two hundred illustrations. birds or bobolinks wing and press itout flat until it dries, and you will have a fine double flower, which only needs awire stem. Prairie chicken and Guinea fowl feathers make nice mottled flowers.Pea-fowl feathers answer nicely for green, and some of the feathers on its bodymake beautiful velvety flowers. Use two sizes of the wire—the coarser for stems and the finer to wind thestem of each petal of such flowers as roses before they are fo

. Blakelee's industrial cyclopedia, a simple practical guide ... A ready reference and reservoir of useful information. More than two hundred illustrations. birds or bobolinks wing and press itout flat until it dries, and you will have a fine double flower, which only needs awire stem. Prairie chicken and Guinea fowl feathers make nice mottled flowers.Pea-fowl feathers answer nicely for green, and some of the feathers on its bodymake beautiful velvety flowers. Use two sizes of the wire—the coarser for stems and the finer to wind thestem of each petal of such flowers as roses before they are fo Stock Photo
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. Blakelee's industrial cyclopedia, a simple practical guide ... A ready reference and reservoir of useful information. More than two hundred illustrations. birds or bobolinks wing and press itout flat until it dries, and you will have a fine double flower, which only needs awire stem. Prairie chicken and Guinea fowl feathers make nice mottled flowers.Pea-fowl feathers answer nicely for green, and some of the feathers on its bodymake beautiful velvety flowers. Use two sizes of the wire—the coarser for stems and the finer to wind thestem of each petal of such flowers as roses before they are formed into flowers.Get the natural flowers you wish to imitate and pick them to pieces for patterns.Wind the stems with green tissue paper and form into wreaths or bouquets. To Make a Clotll RabMt.—The material required for a cloth rabbitis a quarter of a yard of white or gray Canton flannel, with very long nap ; atin box the size of a small pill box—box must have a tight fitting cover; cottonfor stuffing; two small white beads with red eyes, if you make a white rabbit;a gray one requires black beads ; for a white rabbit a small quantity of pink.

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