My Creative Workbook

Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman

Winter White Gyp Wreath

Place the wreath on a flat working surface and glue a snippet of dried Gyp to follow the shape

Place the wreath on a flat working surface and glue a snippet of dried Gyp to follow the shape

Start with the outline to create the size wreath you require

Start with the outline to create the size wreath you require

Continue to add snippets of gyp

Continue to add snippets of gyp

The dried Baby's breath holds its shape really well and creates a fluffy wreath

The dried Baby's breath holds its shape really well and creates a fluffy wreath

Cover the entire gyp wreath with fluffy snippets

Cover the entire gyp wreath with fluffy snippets

Add a few dried twigs.

Add a few dried twigs.

Glue in the test tubes for the fresh flowers

Glue in the test tubes for the fresh flowers

Add a few sparkling beads and baubles

Add a few sparkling beads and baubles

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Tutorials

4 January 2011 Drinking straw "test tubes"

When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.

4 November 2015 Bleached Gypsophila

Gypsophila dries really well and can be bleached to a stunning winter white

4 November 2015 Bleached Baby’s Breath Wreath

Glue a radiating wreath from bleached Gyp

Favourite Flowers

Gypsophila

Baby’s breath, soap wort, Gyp, Gypsophila

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A dried Baby's breath and fresh orchid wreath

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Autumn wreath

26 October 2016 Harvest Moon

Fold a fine twig wreath in half to create a moon shaped armature