Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
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The tiny stems tend to flop about making it difficult to place your design... just so. This is such a great solution!
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Curl and pin a few leaves into a tube to create an armature for those "left over" freesiabuds.
Hide the water source in a rolled leaf
Add a leaf to a large-ish vase to create a small puddle of water for your short flower stem to rest in.
Take all the usual ingredients for a budvase design- a flower, a leafy green something and roll it into something unusual to display.
Fold and glue a Monstera deliciosa (delicious monster) leaf
Adding design details to create tiny gaps for more design details.
Roses so pretty you want to admire them front, side and back.
Create a shallow puddle in a larger container to keep your flowers in place.
Skewer Dracaena leaves into a roll that supports a tiny water source for the Oncidium orchids
Gently curve a shallow area with a leaf to showcase a gorgeous flower with a short stem in a water filled vase
Dutch floral designer Pim van den Akker, from Flower Factor invited me to participate in a FloraHolland initiative promoting the versatility of Freesias entitled ...
A tiny budvase design that rearranges basic ingredients, such as a single leaf and an orchid to create a new design concept.
I would definitely describe my own personal style as minimalist classic... but with an edgy twist.
Give a minimal design a few grass "whiskers" to feel that Spring breeze.
Position foliage to create a smaller, shallow pond for your floral details to shelter in.