My Creative Workbook

Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman

Bleached Gypsophila

Let the Gypsophila dry naturally and place sprigs in a deep container

Let the Gypsophila dry naturally and place sprigs in a deep container

Pour bleach over the sprig

Pour bleach over the sprig

Soak the sprig for a few hours.

Soak the sprig for a few hours.

Slowly the green will start to yellow

Slowly the green will start to yellow

It will take several hours

It will take several hours...

After about 12 hours the Baby's breath will be a beautiful winter white.

After about 12 hours the Baby's breath will be a beautiful winter white.

Bleached Gypsophila ready to design with

Bleached Gypsophila ready to design with

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Tutorials

12 June 2012 Sticky Shooting Star

Glue gypsophila sticks, flowers and dandelion seeds into a star shape

Favourite Flowers

Gypsophila

Baby’s breath, soap wort, Gyp, Gypsophila

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11 June 2012 Wish Upon a Dandelion Star

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