Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Like an open book
Quote by Seth Godin
Create a shallow puddle in a larger container to keep your flowers in place.
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Add a leaf to a large-ish vase to create a small puddle of water for your short flower stem to rest in.
Slip a leaf into the gap between two glass containers to keep it upright... and add a plastic lining to support the flowers nestled into it.
Cut the Phalaenopsis orchid with a bit of green stem attached. This will make them last longer.
Stack foliage to create a rose spiral in a container.
Curl and pin a few leaves into a tube to create an armature for those "left over" freesiabuds.
Glue short sections of rosary vine into the natural gaps in the Monstera deliciosa leaf
Gently curve a shallow area with a leaf to showcase a gorgeous flower with a short stem in a water filled vase
Stack two vases to create a small gap at the side to keep a leaf upright
I would definitely describe my own personal style as minimalist classic... but with an edgy twist.
Dutch floral designer Pim van den Akker, from Flower Factor invited me to participate in a FloraHolland initiative promoting the versatility of Freesias entitled ...
Freestyle Freesia design video for Flower Factor
Criss-cross corset style connect the gaps in a Monstera deliciosa leaf
This was the third design I did in my "I found it this way" floral art demonstration
The name Cymbidium or boat Orchid is derived from the Greek word Kumbos meaning "hole or cavity", referring to the hollowness in the base of the lip of the flowers.