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Alternative Wedding Bouquets by Olga Mironova Olga is an artist... crss

Alternative Wedding Bouquets by Olga Mironova 

Olga is an artist from Russia who graduated as Russian-English interpreter in 2005 and worked for some years in a bank. She learned an art of creating silk flowers but her true passion is clay. Parallel with learning clay art Olga graduated as a florist and now she is involved in wedding decor business. She is happy now that she has found her true self.

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