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August 16, 2008


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Hi Eddie:
Any unique suggestions for decorating a baby's nursery, especially incorporating anything vintage? I've already asked the couple if their Moms have their baby shoes. They do not know the sex of the baby, so something in pretty neutral colors with a splash of maybe yellow or green. I would appreciate any suggestions you would have. Thank you very much.

Hola Eddie,

Enjoyed your video very MUCH! very informative and detail. Can you kindly explain how to use the frog; and how to wire flowers. You should do more VIDEO on flower arrangement.

Hi Eddie,
I hope I don't seem like a biter, but I admire your sense of style, and after watching this video, I wanted to try my first floral arrangement. Your feedback is welcome.

How interesting! You videos are very informative. I really liked your choice of using coral flowers... I don't think I've ever seen that before. The result is stunning and inspiring!

Thank you! This is an amazing blog.

Is oasis reusable? If it wasn't too ripped up by the first use, can you dry it out and rehydrate it for another arrangement?

The video was instructive, but really grainy visually. You might want to look into ways to improve that.

Eddie - the flower is celosia aka cockscomb.

You made that look really easy! Where can one get a leaf removal tool?

Hi Eddie,

Love Top Design! Do you have any suggestions for decor/flowers for a 20yr HS reunion? I'm planning mine set for Oct. 25th and I was wondering if you had any cool ideas. Thanks!

BTW: Takes place in the evening.

Loved the videos eddie!! Your amazing!

Such a regal arrangement. Style, elegance and grace in bloom.

I just saw the video!!! I laughed, I cried, I loved it!!!!!

"Props" for the props from Iowa. Well done!

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