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Techniques of Floral Design. Basing Pave Pillowing/Clustering Layering Terracing.

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1 Techniques of Floral Design

2 Basing Pave Pillowing/Clustering Layering Terracing

3 Basing Clustering/Pillowing - items together so close can’t tell they are individual Layering – cover surface overlapping – no space Terracing - stair steps horizontally Pave – no variation of depth

4 Bunching & Tufting Bunching -Inserting similar materials in the arrangement together, but not tied Tufting – radial clustering to emphasize the bunch

5 Grouping/Zoning Same material in certain area with space between each group

6 Shadowing Directly behind other (creates depth)

7 Banding One or more ring on a branch or stem, used as an accent (for decorative purposes)

8 Tying things together Binding – functional to hold together Bailing – tying into 3-D shape Bundling – radial bottom (like hand-tied bouquet)

9 Weaving/Sewing – related techniques Braiding – 3 strands Lacing Sewing Tayloring – modifying the appearance by trimming, knotting gluing, pinning, etc. Weaving Wrapping

10 Framing Branches or flowers are used to showcase the materials within

11 Protecting/Arrangement Underneath Sheltering Veiling

12 Collaring Completely encircling with foliage or other decorative material

13 Kubari Stems & branches placed in a container to serve as a mechanical support (often decorative as well)

14 Abstracting Removing plant parts to change the look of the plant: –Ex: removing petals on gerbera daisy or subflower completely, or just half of them on one side Cutting rose to look like ranunculus

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