Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Water stream breaking through ground in an autumn forest
Small twigs are glued into a ball shape and covered in dark ground and bits of bark. From an opening in the ball the "water" cascade down and out of the breaking ground.
Moss, green chrysanthemums, autumn leaves and broken chips of ground are placed around the edge of the ball opening.
Autumn leaves and autumn coloured roses, carnations and chrysanthemums are placed in glass tubes to float down in the "water".
Tip of plastic "water"
Design 3:Wedding Tiara. This is a real Cinderella design, one moment scrubbing pots and the next getting ready for the ball.
Design 2: Up-cycle drinking straws to make tiny test tubes to hold the orchids on my willow twig blind.
Up-cycle the inner plastic ring from a roll of floral tape to make a wrist corsage. This design was also featured in the Italian floral design magazine Blossom Zine
This was the fourth design I did in my "I found it this way" floral art demonstration
This was the second design I did in my "All things Autumn (by which I mean all things chocolate)" floral art demonstration