Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Tip the twig jug,
let it flow real slow,
just a splash,
decant at a slant.
Glue twig snippets to closely follow the shape of a glass vase
When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.
Heat makes the plastic distort creating fantastic shapes
Create a light and transparent collar-base for the large composite flower to nestle into.
A t-wire create a stem to insert grass or twigs to shadow a design without laying flat
Make a small grass "propeller" by pinning blades of grass into the design
My article and Floral Monogram Seating Plan designs featured in DIY Weddings Magazine
Glue a bunch of twigs inside a container to create a round stack
Stack two vases to create a small gap at the side to keep a leaf upright
A twig and stick design with sweet dumpling pumpkins and rosary vine (Ceropegia woodii). I also made a cherry twig and skeleton leaf Stick Insect
Christmas Flower Trends 2011 starts with a Floral Craft Assignment from the Floral Trends Design Group to make an Earthly Angel garden decoration.
I wanted my Hazel twig wreath to look like forest filigree: mysteriously overgrown, tangled with age and dappled with moss and lichen. The wreath is also dressed with fresh and...
As a floral artist I am inspired by the endurance of nature and my work is still re-creating the Sleeping Beauty Castle of my imagination.
Instead of weaving a platter try stacking the twigs from large to tiny small
Delicate cherry twig, rosary vine and oncidium orchid enchanted forest masquerade masque.
Celebrate the bright colours of autumn with lilies and Chinese lanterns