Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Grow on it
is a paved road.
It’s a comfortable to walk,
no flowers grow on it.
Quote by: Vincent Van Gogh
Wedge snipped twigs into a glass vase to act as a support for your flowers
Tulips continue to grow after being cut. Sometimes when you make a very small design or for competition or bridal work you want to minimize growth. The best way to do this is to...
This is a great, non permanent way to protect surfaces from damage
Glue the twigs in a container to easily follow the round shape
Carefully manipulate and bend green willow stems to place in water to sprout as an armature for tulips to mature and open
Craft a willow heart to display 12 red roses to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Keeping this tulip upright requires less magic and more hot glue skills... but it looks magical never the less.
A tranquil design that just takes a moment to do... when you need to take a moment to... breathe.
That good old double vase trick... but this time I deliberately added a bubble between the two layers to create a third circle in the design.
One of my trusty tried and tested techniques. When the going gets hot... float your flowers!
It's Tulip Season! Perfect for that "it's still winter ... but is that something green I see...?" mood designs.
Luxuriously filled design... filled with flowers... filled with grass. But most fun, for us as designers filled with hidden techniques
The only thing I needed to make these avocado green arums perfect was a small admirer...
Glue a bunch of twigs inside a container to create a round stack
Manipulate fresh willow stems to create a sprouting armature for long tulip stems