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Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman

Large wax snowflakes

Artificial snow can be very "chemical" and flowers deteriorate quickly when exposed to it. It also dissolves in water. I use candle wax as "snow"

Scrape wax to make snow flakes

Scrape wax with a knife to create large and crumbling snow flakes.

Crumple up the flakes

Crumple up the flakes

Sprinkle the wax flakes

Scatter the flakes on flowers and water. It will not dissolve and will float freely.

Scatter the wax snow flakes

or scatter the wax snowflakes to soften hard textures

Pour out a few drops of wood glue on to the twigs

Or pour out a few drops of wood glue on to the twigs

Sprinkle the wax on the glue

Sprinkle the wax on the glue

The wood glue dries clear leaving the wax snow securely in place

The wood glue dries clear leaving the wax snow securely in place

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