Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Set the rosary vines into the natural cavity of the flower head.
It is possible to curve or adjust a curve in plant material
Cut a small wedge out of a stack of waxy leaves to keep the flower and twig in place.
Design an armature that is light enough to be carried by two flower stems to create a radiating frame.
Only a few stems create an impressive display if you allow the water to design with you.
Use a wet brush to lift any tiny bits of plant material floating on and in the water to keep your container clear.
Wedge snipped twigs into a glass vase to act as a support for your flowers
Balance a stack of eggshells with a magnet for a tiny Easter design