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.
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