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Christina Burton-Fox AIFDfloral artist & instructor

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Florists Review tip of the week

April 27, 2015        Florists Review Magazine

Design Technique: Stacking

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Stacking is the orderly placement of like materials, either individually or in bunches, side by side or on top of each other with no space in between. Stems of materials may be stacked either horizontally (the most common) or vertically. With horizontal stacking, stems may be arranged closely together in the side of a block of foam or literally laid on top of each other. Here, Cocculus leaves are threaded on to the stem of a Gerbera. Each of the leaves is punched with a hole punch.

One in a series of Design Techniques from the Florists' Review Design School book. 


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