Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
and found bits
and grown pieces
a fragment of an off-cut
and a scrap of a left over
Glue snippets of moss and succulents to rocks as a long lasting table-scape display
When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.
Easy way to fill test tubes and easiest way to remove water from a vase
Curl the wire at irregular intervals to create a natural wire tendril similar to that of a passion fruit plant
The finish of every design should be flawless. Make sure there are no bits of glue visible in your design by carefully removing all traces of spills.
The BoutStix Floral Magnets “stick” is the backbone of the design, strengthening the narrow heart shape and adding support and balance.
Biodegradable copper mesh makes the perfect shape to fill with moss to grow tiny stem plants
Design Inspiration Video: Take a few twigs, snippets of air plants and succulents and combine both traditional wire and tape techniques with more contemporary methods to embed a...
Up-cycle the inner plastic ring from a roll of floral tape to make a wrist corsage. This design was also featured in the Italian floral design magazine Blossom Zine
Tulips continue to grow once the stem is severed from the bulb. More often than not you can use this growth to create an ever changing design. But sometimes you want that tulip...
The elongated heart shape Echeveria waist corsage is meant to be worn low around the hip as a trailing ribbon clasp.
The sprouts are sprouting and the bees are being and the birds are birding. Tempting as it is new growth is hard to condition. Hard, but not impossible
Glue snippets of dried green stems and Green Trick Carnation to make tiny floral wings for Christmas
Fragile ice baubles, cyclamen and moss design