Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Capture Spring for just a little bit longer by sticking blossoms down, in place.
A clever almost concealed wire support to keep a single tulip flower upright in a minimal bud design.
Yay everyone! I found the absolute best way to preserve passion fruit flowers. Here it is: how to dry flowers using Silica Gel.
Weave a wreath around a cardboard circle to create an almost lace effect... perfect to capture those first signs of Spring!
Give new life to an old vase by turning and balancing it on it's side. It's actually easier than it looks... and it looks super impressive!
Tulips continue to grow as they open. This means you not only have to be mindful of their proportions as they are now... but also as they will be once open.
A great do-in-advance and reusable design solution for a winter, early spring floral display.
These peach blossom branches needed only the tiniest bit of help to frame the woven hearts to perfection.
Fake an early Spring by crafting a long lasting stick bundle that has a blossoming branch of succulent flowers.
Give your woven grass a water source by designing the basket in a vase rather than placing the vase in a basket