The rose is an enduring image steeped in ancient traditions, a flower that invites lovers to express their deepest, most heartfelt sentiments. Now, a new DVD presentation, of roses and romance, reveals the stunning significance of the rose and love through sight, sound and senses. Flowers for My Valentine is a magnificent tribute to the power of love, reflecting the ever-blossoming symbolism of the world's most beloved theme.
A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous. Ingrid Bergman Prepare your senses for a most romantic journey! This multi-media DVD blends an extravagant bounty of flowers scored to a luxurious soundtrack of Euro Romantic music. This DVD has voiceover and screen quotations reinforcing and enhancing the audio and video messages. You can choose to turn on or off the voiceover or quotations and even the music, making this single DVD wildly varying and totally user customizable. From serene to seductive, a garden will blossom in your heart with Flowers, Kisses & Hugs.
Looking for an inexpensive way to quickly beautify your home and garden? Potted plants are a beautiful addition to any home. You can create a friendly and cozy atmosphere with a nice array of potted flowers and plants. Join Lori Young as she demonstrates how to transplant and maintain your favorite plants in easy to follow steps.Lori Young graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Biology. Her senior thesis outlined composting practices at the university. She has over 3 years experience working in the "plantscape" industry on residential, business, and commercial accounts. Her interests include business, modern design, real estate, and sustainable living. She enjoys gardening indoors and out and currently resides in Venice, California.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Manufacturer: Popular Woodworking Magazine
Brand: Graham Blackburn
World-class marquetarian Silas Kopf gives us a step-by-step demonstration of bevel-cutting for invisible marquetry joints plus a thoughtful discussion of the design process. Peter Murkett is also concerned with design, but here the emphasis is on the surface textures achievable with a variety of handtools: spokeshave, drawknife, inshave, and scorp. Geoffrey Holmes, a third-generation craftsman intimately acquainted with New England and early American techniques, shows us how he tapers and turns bedposts in his Massachusetts workshop. Pyrography can be used for stunning artistic effect, as Bruce Anderson shows us on antique wooden ironing boards, and is equally effectively as a simple means of geometric decoration. Our last feature is all about the importance of balance, pattern, and color, as used here in some remarkable wooden creations by Anthony Cantone.Also:We show you how to cut inlay with a niceness that belies its ease: all you need is a polished chisel!Visit with Silas Kopf and his wonderful book on the history and technique of one of the most decorative aspects of woodworking: A Marquetry Odyssey.