Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Gently down the stream
Life is but a...
"Row, Row, Row Your Boat" is an English language nursery rhyme and a popular children's song.
Fold and peg banana leaves into pockets so that they float freely on water. This is inspired by a traditional banana leaf craft used to cook rice in.
Release the soothing effect of the aroma and vapors from the Eucalyptus leaves my slightly crushing it while making roses
You can use any type of paper to make flowers. I use tissue paper, Crêpe paper, cardboard, newsprint and coffee filters (new and used) to make sweet peas, carnations, paper...
I used to make baskets full of these when I was a little girl. We had a big Acasia thorn tree and I used to spear my “roses” onto the tree pretending I was the fairy responsible...
Great way to use all the autumn leaves you collect on walks during the season. Slowly build up the leaf rosette and let the leaves dry before adding a few more.
Thread grass into flexi grass to create a spinner that gently turns in the wind.
This is one of my best known and still my go-to core techniques for floating flowers.
One of my trusty tried and tested techniques. When the going gets hot... float your flowers!
Softest Wisteria colour to cool things down on an unexpectedly warm day.
To celebrate the 6th year anniversary of My Creative Workbook I am looking at the most popular Tutorial I have done to date:
Create a subtle contrast by floating or anchoring some of your design elements.
Is it better to go Cold Twinkle Turkey and embrace the minimalist living room or rather ease into it?