Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
I like winter
Spring is nice;
Let’s skip summer
Quote by Rusty Fischer
Suspend flowers with an almost invisible taped grid
"Plaid" and "braid" are synonyms, and where you are from will most likely dictate whether you use plait (British) or braid (American or Celtic). Some people also refer to...
Braid bundles of twigs to create an armature for flowers to dance in
Tape a grid over a vase to keep the floral details in place
How to keep Lilies in bud for longer. Removing the pollen. Stringing a Lily Garland.
Cut the Phalaenopsis orchid with a bit of green stem attached. This will make them last longer.
A dried bundle of ripped flax hides a secret water source for the orchids
I left the grass to mature so that the tips mirror the sun bleached yellow of the orchids.
Fold open a lily bud to conceal a clever little BoutStix floral magnet for an unusual corsage.
Blossom petals drop so quickly! Here's a way to make them last just that little bit longer.
A cooling design for early summer days with swinging ripped grass and more than enough water for thirsty hydrangeas.
Designing for somewhere not still summer not yet autumn weather...
Light and airy... like a wonderful breeze on a hot summer day grass and erigeron display.
Braiding and plaiting and knotting hair is a huge trend in hairdressing at the moment. Intricate little plaits are draped over long flowing hair to add complexity and quirk. ...
Create a grid to rest some plant material so that it floats and some with their stems to rest in the water below
Retail florists and wholesalers are already designing, ordering and preparing their product range for Mother's Day. This is my article that I wrote for the Mother's Day Design...