Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Surround and Sound
at least a bit
Sounds like a pretty sound life-goal to me.
Glue glass chips into a half moon to help keep the floral details in place.
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Suspend flowers over a water filled container by weaving a natural grid.
Connect twigs with puddles of artificial snow to craft a winter armature for your flowers.
Craft the softest layer of wisteria flowers that neatly float on water.
Perfect design for a warmer than usual winter design that hints at thawing.
Create a shallow puddle in a larger container to keep your flowers in place.
As in… Pussy willow catkins caterpillar… that is super fuzzy.
This design is all about that line there where the water meets the lemon blossom stem...
Suspend a flower for an unusual but minimalist design over a leaning container lid.
Give new life to an old vase by turning and balancing it on it's side. It's actually easier than it looks... and it looks super impressive!
Utilizing those not so obvious characteristics of your design details to make a minimal clear glass summer floral design.
Weave an all natural net to place over a vase to keep your flowers above water.
Softest Wisteria colour to cool things down on an unexpectedly warm day.
Place a small fishbowl vase at an angle to look like it is pouring out flowers and twigs.
Designing for somewhere not still summer not yet autumn weather...
Position foliage to create a smaller, shallow pond for your floral details to shelter in.
A tranquil design that just takes a moment to do... when you need to take a moment to... breathe.
Urgh… my glass cake stand broke leaving me with a still beautiful, but now mismatched and extremely inspirational lid...
Ooooh! Am I excited to show you this design. It is an ordinary fishbowl vase... balanced on it's side.