Toys from fresh flowers. How to care for them?
A toy made of flowers is an original and unforgettable present for any occasion. The popularity of touching figures is growing. They can cause a wide range of positive emotions and cheer up for a long time. In floristic salons you can meet incredibly beautiful toys and present on a special or ordinary day.
Of course, I want to be happy for a long time, admiring the funny face of a flower teddy bear, or smile at a cute dog. This can be achieved, despite the fact that the figure is made of fresh flowers that require care. If you approach the issue correctly, the toy will cheer you up for 3-4 weeks, without changing the appearance.
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Precious flowers: flower-shaped jewelry
Jewelry is real magicians, any girl knows this. After all, even a casual look, consisting of jeans and a T-shirt, can be transformed using beautiful earrings or a pendant. Each woman chooses jewelry depending on her mood: strict geometric shapes emphasize strength, confidence, but floral motifs focus on romance and tenderness.
Floral decorations in different cultures
The main jewelry for girls is not diamonds at all, contrary to popular belief. The main “friends” of girls in many cultures at any time were flowers. From ancient times, girls decorated their hair, wove wreaths, hung flower garlands around their necks.
In Russia, a flower wreath was considered a real amulet, so the interwoven flowers were carefully selected Continue reading
Flower plate, or Flowers in cooking
Flowers can serve not only as a room decoration or birthday present. Some of the flowers are often used as an exquisite addition to the dish. Even in ancient countries (Egypt, Rome, Greece), petals were added to food. Now dishes with the addition of flowers are found in the national cuisine of any corner of the earth. Gourmet treats can be tasted in Europe, Asia, Australia. The most popular flowers used as spices are cloves, lavender, etc. But sometimes there are more unusual ingredients.
Capers, like olives with a ponytail or exotic berries, are unopened buds of a caper. The first dishes with their use were invented by the ancient Greeks and Arabs. But for them it was more likely a cure than a treat: then they could not get rid of the bitterness of these buds. Continue reading