The next big thing for flower-makers is using a foxglove to create flower templates.
This technology is a combination of a flower brush and a stylus.
The Foxgloves are made of a high-performance composite material, and are the only product that is able to achieve a precise depth of control for the artists.
The foxgloves have been used in many different applications, including for the painting of flowers, flower design, and decorative elements in buildings.
The ability to use a stylum is particularly useful for flowers that are made up of multiple small, fine, petals.
It also helps the artist avoid accidentally drawing on a flower template when creating a new one.
The basic principles of using a stylium are to: control the direction of the brush stroke and the size of the area of the petals