Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Did you see that!?!
crisp apple scented breeze that...
just now rustled through the grass that
made them nod their fluffy tails that
shows that while thoroughly surprised they agree that...
Well yes… that there is indeed a sign of Autumn. That’s what that is.
Stand a tuft of bunny tail grass in a small amount of water to dry... and then add a little something that turns it into a little something more.
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Weave a spider from lily grass... and reposition it every so often for a creative Halloween twist.
Made from dried cherry twigs and a skeleton leaf.
Twist lily grass slightly to create a spiral for the orchids to nestle in
Eerie! Because you use what is there already in the twigs this skeleton looks rather... realistic!
Wrap and tie a fishbowl vase with corn foliage to craft a lantern for autumn... almost... Halloween.
As in… Pussy willow catkins caterpillar… that is super fuzzy.
Carefully break... but don't snap a reed to create a curved base for a fanned out grass armature.
A hint of a wreath table top design for pre-Halloween decorating.
My Halloween design... with some scary stuff hidden if you can read between the leaves!
A twig and stick design with sweet dumpling pumpkins and rosary vine (Ceropegia woodii). I also made a cherry twig and skeleton leaf Stick Insect
An all plant zero waste, levitating, twig (with just a splatter of autumn leaves, a breath of spiderweb and float of roots) Halloween decoration with an eerie bat skeleton made...
Oh my... a corn leaf mummy head for autumn... looking ahead to Halloween styling.
Barely there skeleton blossoms with Eucalyptus eyes for my Halloween design... Oh! and a Willow Paddle, which probably should have been the main Tutorial... but... well...
The only thing I needed to make these avocado green arums perfect was a small admirer...