Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
... just like Snow White said.
Add warmth to a space with a softly glowing winter white arrangement
Cotton balls can be unrolled and fluffed to create long garlands of "snow"
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
This design can easily scale up or down by using larger or smaller pieces of wood to create a larger wall panel or make a few of these panels to stack as tiles to create a more...
Sometimes you want to keep flowers in tight bud for as long as possible to suit your design
Suspend flowers with an almost invisible taped grid
Connect twigs with puddles of artificial snow to craft a winter armature for your flowers.
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.
Ever wonder how I decide what I share with you? A fun design ticking all the boxes.
A twig sleigh... to collect your twig Christmas tree, of course!
My article and a floral panel design featured in DIY Weddings Magazine
Loosely weave grass to create a decorative grid keeping flowers in place over a square container.
Blossom petals drop so quickly! Here's a way to make them last just that little bit longer.
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.
Using that little something that is unusual about your flower to make the design stand out.
Stack two vases to create a small gap at the side to keep a leaf upright