Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Keeping this tulip upright requires less magic and more hot glue skills... but it looks magical never the less.
A flat-lay to celebrate finally finding the perfect way to dry passion fruit flowers... and my book's first birthday but mostly the drying of passion fruit flowers thing.
A closer look at my design at Canada Blooms and The Toronto Flower Show last week. The show was cancelled right after we staged the designs due to COVID-19 concerns.
Ooooh! Am I excited to show you this design. It is an ordinary fishbowl vase... balanced on it's side.
This is a great "space-keeper" design. The tulip will continue to grow into the vase height as they open... but until then the grass platform part of the design diverts your...
A creative design that has some height to it without blocking the view. This can easily be scaled up or down to match the environment you want to display it in.
While waiting for the blossoms to open... why not weave in a touch of Valentine's Day love?
A bundle of twigs armature to create a pretend Spring design for a snowy morning.
A light and airy (no floral foam but still long lasting) floral design for those days that you are really, really looking for signs of Spring.
Armatures are great (budget friendly) spacers for creating large floral designs without using an enormous amount of your resources.