Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
A scoop of pretty
To fill a cone
Take all the usual ingredients for a budvase design- a flower, a leafy green something and roll it into something unusual to display.
Cut the Phalaenopsis orchid with a bit of green stem attached. This will make them last longer.
Glue short sections of rosary vine into the natural gaps in the Monstera deliciosa leaf
Glue a few twigs into a bundle to hide a corsage magnet
Fold and wrap blades of grass around a disk to create a natural armature
Stack snippets of grass on a wire frame to make a floating pyramid armature
Weave a canopy or parachute shaped armature in a way that you can place the stems in two vases to keep it hydrated.
Give a minimal design a few grass "whiskers" to feel that Spring breeze.
... a something to look forward to design that makes you lean in closer to see what might still be.
A small design to display those last Spring snippets from your garden...
Easy support for a single flower... and knot a special secret admirer just to keep it company.
Criss-cross corset style connect the gaps in a Monstera deliciosa leaf
My article and twig boutonniere design featured in the Winter issue of DIY Weddings Magazine
A tiny orchid stem ladder keeps the orchid suspended just above the water line