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MONOGRAM IDEA!!!!!! Ohhh how I love this.... Would look awesome with peaches.

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40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

Une gamme de couleurs forte et restreinte, une végétation luxuriante maintenue en partie par un cercle, et des échappées d'oiseaux.

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Charlotte Day's alphabet suite of Edible Flowers features elegant typography emblazoned with exquisitely detailed images of edible flowers, each composition rendered expertly in gouache.

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40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

Glamour by Hillary Barron

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40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

This image uses Sans Serif typography. This typography more specifically uses a geometric Sans Serif typeface.

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http://www.hinydesign.com/dev/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/FlowerTypography.jpg

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from Spoon Graphics

40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

A beautiful design trend that has emerged recently is the combination of flowers and text to produce elegant floral typography layouts. These designs merge botanical photographs or illustrations with bold typography compositions by intertwining the flower stems, petals and leaves around the letters, which results in a great sense of depth. In this showcase I …

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40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text

Poster Shanti by Xavier Esclusa

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from Downgraf | Design Inspiration and Web Developing Blog

25 Floral Typography Designs Blend with Flowers

Here’s are some floral typography designs that are beautifully blend with flower. These are looking so fine and elegant. Typography considered the most important part of any packaging or appearance...

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Flora (n.) Origin—from Flora, Roman goddess of flowers Definition—plant life; plants of a particular region or period Ex.—Pollution is harming not only the residents in the city but also its flora and  fauna.

Flora (n.) Origin—from Flora, Roman goddess of flowers Definition—plant life; plants of a particular region or period Ex.—Pollution is harming not only the residents in the city but also its flora and fauna.

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