Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Somewhere in the Middle
- 28 June 2017
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at the core of
somewhere between halfway
is the innermost part
close to the heart
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Hide the water source in a rolled leaf
When you need to keep a tiny stem hydrated this is just what you need.
Orchids grow in long flower spikes. It is great to use the entire stem but sometimes you need shorter section. There is a trick to cutting the stems without leaving a visible...
Great way to use all the autumn leaves you collect on walks during the season. Slowly build up the leaf rosette and let the leaves dry before adding a few more.
Long stemmed autumn leave tubes as a floral armature
Rolled leaves offer support for floral stems
Cut short bamboo lengths to keep your flower material upright in a shallow and narrow container
I used to make baskets full of these when I was a little girl. We had a big Acasia thorn tree and I used to spear my “roses” onto the tree pretending I was the fairy responsible...
Fill eggshells with moss to create an upright container... with a surprising balancing trick.
This week we look at the design featured in the Flower Guide Chapter at the very end of my book
Quick and easy: Stack autumn leaves onto a wire for a... tiny table top Christmas tree.
Gently curve a shallow area with a leaf to showcase a gorgeous flower with a short stem in a water filled vase
Skewer a few leaves to turn a single carnation in a bud vase... into an occasion... all by itself!
An enclosed design that invites the onlooker to lean in closer to explore the pretty orchid.
A Floral Art Demonstration by Floral Trends Design Group with music, narration and pictorial presentation.