Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Over to this side
...and under from here
with a little bit of flair
up to that end
and balance it right there
Long stemmed autumn leave tubes as a floral armature
Orchids grow in long flower spikes. It is great to use the entire stem but sometimes you need shorter section. There is a trick to cutting the stems without leaving a visible...
Cut the Phalaenopsis orchid with a bit of green stem attached. This will make them last longer.
When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.
I don't always want to wire my test tubes into the design. I like to create a bit of movement by simply hooking the tubes to gently swing.
Skewer Dracaena leaves into a roll that supports a tiny water source for the Oncidium orchids
I would definitely describe my own personal style as minimalist classic... but with an edgy twist.
An enclosed design that invites the onlooker to lean in closer to explore the pretty orchid.
Delicate cherry twig, rosary vine and oncidium orchid enchanted forest masquerade masque.
Japanese aesthetic, wabi-sabi, acknowledges three simple truths:nothing lasts, nothing is done, and nothing is perfect.
Oncidium orchids hiding in a woven grass cup. This Design Tutorial is featured on The Conna Flower and Garden Club (Ireland) website. It is part of their Floral Art Lessons...