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    Puppy flower arrangement for a creative back to school teacher gift!

  • Twinbrook Floral Design

    Back to School at Twinbrook Floral Design

  • Nancy Bond

    teacher appreciation week

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    Great gift idea!

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    Teacher's Pet™ Go straight to the head of the class with our hand-designed a-DOG-able® arrangement of white carnations and yellow poms. This adorable puppy pupil is almost too cool for school, arriving on a dog bed basket with pencils and an apple for the teacher. A gold star surprise for the graduate on their big day! Note - Available in Selected area if not possible than confirm for Florist Choice Bouquet for delivery.

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