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Candy Bouquet International

Candy Bouquet is the delicious alternative to flowers that will not fade, wilt or die.

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Candy Bouquets, Delicious Designs
CQ ProductsA homemade gift is priceless, but it doesn't have to be expensive. Delight your loved ones with a sweet bouquet of edible candy flowers - it's a delicious way to brighten anyone's day! In addition, candy bouquets make stunning centerpieces and add the crowning detail to any event. This book includes full-color photos and step-by-step instructions to help you create your own sweet candy bouquets - a gift that is easy-to-make, inexpensive, unique and practical! Size: 4 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, 60 full-color pages with Clear plastic coil binding.
Cotton Candy Express - Fun Pack - Floss Sugar and Cones Kit
The Cotton Candy Express Fun Pack will make a great addition to any commercial or home cotton candy machine. Our Cotton Candy Fun Kit includes a 12 jar each of Cherry, Blue Raspberry and Grape Cotton Candy Floss Sugar as well as 50 professional quality strong cotton candy cones. Each container provides enough floss sugar and cones for 50 servings. The floss sugar will work in most home cotton candy machine or in any commercial cotton candy machines. As always, follow your cotton candy machines instructions and always protect your eyes from flying sugar! Trust the professionals at Cotton Candy Express for all your cotton candy needs.
A Victorian Flower Dictionary: The Language of Flowers Companion
Mandy Kirkby“A flower is not a flower alone; a thousand thoughts invest it.” Daffodils signal new beginnings, daisies innocence. Lilacs mean the first emotions of love, periwinkles tender recollection. Early Victorians used flowers as a way to express their feelings—love or grief, jealousy or devotion. Now, modern-day romantics are enjoying a resurgence of this bygone custom, and this book will share the historical, literary, and cultural significance of flowers with a whole new generation. With lavish illustrations, a dual dictionary of flora and meanings, and suggestions for creating expressive arrangements, this keepsake is the perfect compendium for everyone who has ever given or received a bouquet.
Flowers for Sale: Growing and Marketing Cut Flowers (Bootstrap Guide)
Lee SturdivantFLOWERS FOR SALE PROVIDES A GREAT STARTING POINT FOR NEW COMMERCIAL FLOWER GROWERS, AND INCLUDES SOME UNIQUE MARKETING IDEAS THAT EVEN ESTABLISHED GROWERS CAN FIND USEFUL.
Specialty Cut Flowers: The Production of Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs and Woody Plants for Fresh and Dried Cut Flowers
Allan M. Armitage and Judy M. LaushmanA book written primarily as a professional reference that nonetheless has proven useful to amateurs because of the depth of the information provided. Gardeners who grow flowers for creating floral displays will find the author's recommendations on optimal stages of harvest invaluable.
The Candy Shop War
Brandon MullWelcome to the Sweet Tooth Ice Cream & Candy Shoppe, where the confections are a bit on the . . . unusual side. Rock candy that makes you weightless. Jawbreakers that make you unbreakable. Chocolate balls that make you a master of disguise. Four young friends--Nate, Summer, Trevor, and Pigeon--meet the grandmotherly Mrs. White, owner of the Sweet Tooth, and soon learn about the magical side effects of her candies.In addition, the ice cream truck driver, Mr. Stott, has arrived with a few enchanted sweets of his own. But what about the mysterious man in the dark overcoat and fedora hat? Why are all these "magicians" trying to recruit Nate and his friends? Who should they trust?The mystery deepens and the danger unfolds as the four youngsters discover that the magical strangers have all come to town in search of a legendary, hidden treasure--one that could be used for great evil if it fell into the wrong hands. The kids, now in over their heads, must try to retrieve the treasure first. And so, the war begins . . .
How to Start a Vending Business
Antoine CameronThe Gumball Guru vending course provides information and advice about starting a bulk vending route, covering how to buy a route, how to run a route, candy choices, vending machine brands and related topics. Here is what you will discover in this book. How to find cheap vending machines with these 3 simple techniques... 3 little known, yet simple ways to find locations for your vending machines... Secrets of expert bulk vendors that few people ever know about... 3 proven steps to a successful vending route... 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to finding the cheapest candy for your route... Warning: 3 thins you should never do when it comes to bulk vending... how to not pay commissions to your vending locations... When to buy a vending route from someone and how to do it... 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for getting free locations... How often to change your candy... How to keep track your expenses... The once famous but forgotten secret that instantly allows you to double your vending route in months... Antoine Cameron actually runs a vending business this is not some theory book with a whole bunch of fluff this guy knows his stuff. Matt Simpson I thank you so much for the advice I just received and the tips I got from your book. I am a college professor and I am looking to service about 30 bulk candy machines on the side for extra money. I am taking your advice and I will buy the vending machines used with the sources you gave me. Once again thank you. Tim Holmes I just read through your ebook and found it very informative. Thanks for all that great advice. A lot of it I wish I had read 10 years ago instead of discovering it the hard way. But that was then and now I am much more seasoned. I am just starting up a new route and have used PN95's in the past with good success but am now considering the move to vendesign 4 in 1. Thanks again for all the great information. Ron Haynes "I just wanted to write and say thank you for offering you expertise to those of us that are exploring or starting in the vending business. Your willingness to not only offer to help but be proactive in reaching out speaks volumes about your character. I know the time it takes to set up a website, and build a newsletter. It's no small task. Your concern for my success is greatly appreciated and I wish great times for the future for both of us. If there is ever anything I can do for you to return the favor, please just ask.
Bartending For Dummies (For Dummies (Cooking))
Ray FoleyThis latest edition of Bartending For Dummies features over 1,000 drink recipes in an A-Z format with clear, easy-to-follow instructions. This 4th Edition also provides:Detailed information on how to properly stock a bar Expanded coverage on making exotic frozen/blended specialties, specialty coffees, and hot toddies Tips on creating unique punches and even non-alcoholic drinks Helpful information about experimenting with the latest flavored rums and vodkas including apple, blackberry, blueberry, cherry, grape, mango, and watermelon Fun, new ways to garnish, rim, and serve drinks like a master mixologist The latest tips and advice on curing hangovers and hiccups Advice on choosing the right and latest glassware and mixers New recipes covering the hottest shooters such as After Five, Candy Corn, Jelly Bean, and more A new section on festive holiday cocktails such as the Grinch and Candy Cane Martini
How to Draw Flowers (Dover How to Draw)
Barbara Soloff LevyClear, step-by-step illustrations show youngsters and other would-be artists how to use simple shapes to draw realistic likenesses of 30 different garden flowers, among them a sunflower, daisy, rose, morning glory, tulip, daffodil, poinsettia, Easter lily, pansy, jack-in-the-pulpit, bird of paradise, iris, and 18 other lovely blossoms.
Funeral Service & Flower Cars Photo Archive
Walter McCallThroughout history, flowers have accompanied the deceased to their final resting place. At first, flowers were carried in the hearse with the casket, or in a separate carriage. With the advent of the automobile funeral, flowers were transported to the church or cemetery in big touring cars with their tops let down. But in the1930s an entirely new kind of funeral vehicle -- the Flower Car -- blossomed in America. Flower cars were built on all makes of chassis, from luxury Packards, Cadillacs, LaSalles and Buicks to Pontiacs and Chevy El Caminos. The only book ever dedicated to these unique professional cars documents the evolution of the flower car from the 1930s to the long, low coupes de fleur still being built today. A bonus feature includes a section on the other workhorse of the funeral home fleet, the Service Car, which transported the deceased from home or hospital to the funeral parlor and hauled caskets and other funeral service paraphernalia to the church or cemetery.

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