Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Be My Twig-Heart
Sometimes, said Pooh,
take up the
in your heart
Quote by A.A. Milne. author of Winnie-the-Pooh
Bend wires and fill in the gabs with Stillingia twigs to make a delicate heart armature
When you glue a structure with hot glue there are always a few stray strands of glue stuck all over the design. Blow it away with a hairdryer.
Here is a trick to make sure your tulips will condition thoroughly
A fragile looking heart made from twigs that can hold a lot of orchids
Craft a willow heart to display 12 red roses to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Carving hearts out of Rainbow Oasis to create an under water design
The heart shape of my corsage is woven from shaved wood and then decorated with green strawberries. I used corsage magnets to place the corsage on the lapel of a jacket
The elongated heart shape Echeveria waist corsage is meant to be worn low around the hip as a trailing ribbon clasp.
Is it better to go Cold Twinkle Turkey and embrace the minimalist living room or rather ease into it?
I wrote this article for Wedding Business Success (an online meeting place for the wedding industry) exploring a positive way of looking at creativity and... stealing!
This is a detailed look at my first Floral Fable demonstration design
The emotions your designs inspire give real meaning to your work. My article in the Canadian Florist Magazine
Romantic rose centerpiece with just a bit of an edge featured in the DIY Wedding Magazine
Retail florists and wholesalers are already designing, ordering and preparing their product range for Valentine's Day. This is my article that I wrote for the December 2012...
This is my article that I wrote for the Sympathy Design Issue of Canadian Florist Magazine
This is my article that I wrote for the Valentine's Design Issue of Canadian Florist Magazine