Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Over to this side
...and under from here
with a little bit of flair
up to that end
and balance it right there
Long stemmed autumn leave tubes as a floral armature
Orchids grow in long flower spikes. It is great to use the entire stem but sometimes you need shorter section. There is a trick to cutting the stems without leaving a visible...
Cut the Phalaenopsis orchid with a bit of green stem attached. This will make them last longer.
When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.
I don't always want to wire my test tubes into the design. I like to create a bit of movement by simply hooking the tubes to gently swing.
Skewer Dracaena leaves into a roll that supports a tiny water source for the Oncidium orchids
I would definitely describe my own personal style as minimalist classic... but with an edgy twist.
Delicate cherry twig, rosary vine and oncidium orchid enchanted forest masquerade masque.
Japanese aesthetic, wabi-sabi, acknowledges three simple truths:nothing lasts, nothing is done, and nothing is perfect.
Oncidium orchids hiding in a woven grass cup. This Design Tutorial is featured on The Conna Flower and Garden Club (Ireland) website. It is part of their Floral Art Lessons...