Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
It all stacks up
Flower friends, thank you. From my heart.
I am so grateful for all the kind comments, the smiles and the wonderful well wishes… from the moment I announced the book you have been so supportive!
A clump of shout outs to all of you...
A hearty cluster of Cheers!
A stack of Thank You’s... and another thank you to you
Thanks a bunch,
... and I tip my hat
To date, the advance copies of the effortless floral craftsman have found new homes in: Australia, Canada, Latvia, Malta, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, United States, United Kingdom. You are awesome! Thank you so much for the support. If you go to the
landing page of my site… you can see the countdown to the release of the ebook on Amazon ,
and the Craftsmanship edition of the book here on My Creative Workbook. How exciting!
But that also means… there’s still time- but not much, if you still want to order an Advance copy of the Craftsmanship edition of the effortless floral craftsman book from my online shop and receive your gift packet of clips (exclusively available as advance book gifts). The beautiful Craftsmanship edition of the book will officially be available from the first Wednesday in November. With the… well… for a lack of a better description… more “mass market” edition coming out in the new year.
… and Vivian, Maidee and Lindalee, I hope you (… and your flower friends) enjoy creating with the clips!
Stack autumn leaves, from big to small to look like a tiny Christmas tree
Wire is always sold in a roll and it can be very frustrating to try to remove bends, kinks and curls.
Pike a few (hundred!) autumn leaves to build up a hollow leaf armature
Hide the water source in a rolled leaf
Fold and thread an autumn leaf armature for a thankful Thanksgiving design
Create a long lasting winter inspired floral design that looks like it is frozen in time.
Skewer a few leaves to turn a single carnation in a bud vase... into an occasion... all by itself!
Spike a few hundred fall leaves to create a cauldron for Halloween flowers
A design demonstration and workshop at the Floral Trends Design group in South Africa exploring how we emulate nature’s best biological ideas to solve our modern day design...
Skewer Dracaena leaves into a roll that supports a tiny water source for the Oncidium orchids
Pleats are accordion like folds of equal width in alternating opposite directions in any kind of fabric. I absolutely love the tight buds of Allium and they represent the...