Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
We are continuing our month long first birthday celebrations of my book with another design... that I really wanted to show you. Now if you already have a copy you know it is a rather big book. But I so wanted to show you more of this particular design. I quite like it! But there was no space. Fortunately for us... the internet is a big space! So here we go: you will find it on page 195, where I talk about creative hydrating solutions.
from Wikipedia: “Dancing in a circle is an ancient tradition
common to many cultures for marking special occasions, rituals, strengthening community and
The dance can also be enjoyed as an uplifting group experience
or as part of a meditation.
Circle dances are choreographed to many different styles of music and rhythms.”
Source: Wikipedia Circle Dance
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Take inspiration from a traditional Dream-catcher design to create a floral armature