Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Making it work somewhere between a rock and a hard place
- 14 February 2013
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What a predicament!
A real conundrum!
In such a pretty fix!
… and now the cracks are starting to show!!!
And then you start to think…
Maybe a pebble for over here… just add a bit of… curl this twig just so…
Don't you just love creative blunders?
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