Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
All round pretty sweet and short
Sitting there all...
Beautifully itty bitty
Neat and stout
… so basically just perfectly all round
if you put it that way.
Passion fruit flowers never lasts long. Not even growing outside on a vine. But the buds continue to open once cut making a wreath display ideal for an even changing passion fruit...
Most stems, twigs and even sturdier branches can be bend into shapes. It takes practice and more than a bit of patience. The main idea is to slowly manipulate the branch without...
For my design I wanted the wreath to look wind blown so I added a few loosely woven twigs into the weave. I also wanted to emphasize the autumn colours so I added a twirling...
Yay everyone! I found the absolute best way to preserve passion fruit flowers. Here it is: how to dry flowers using Silica Gel.
A zero waste and sustainable floral design solution to keep your flowers exactly where you want them without using floral foam.
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Snip a dried twig wreath to undo the spirals to hang around a glass container
Weave tiny vine wreaths on the leave stems of a stripped Wisteria vine
This is both a decorative and functional design solution. But most importantly, I think, there is absolutely zero waste.
A wreath armature design for early Autumn... this takes the split armature Tutorial I showed you last month a little bit further.
An all out effective way of keeping a flower stem in the exact spot you want it to be in a clear water vase design.
Open a vine wreath to create a spiral twig armature around a glass container
A sustainable, absolutely no waste floral design using willow to suspend your flower head in your arrangement.