Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Take a swing at it
give it a go
make an attempt
take a swing at it
If it turns out pretty… yay!
If not so much? Have fun trying… right?
Gently curve ripped foliage over flowers to add a cooling movement to a minimal summer design.
Most leaves and foliage can be slightly manipulated to curve or curl.
Easy way to fill test tubes and easiest way to remove water from a vase
A single lily flower design dressed up with a grass veil.
A cool and minimal floral design for summer.
Suspend flowers with an almost invisible taped grid
Rip the New Zealand flax to create a delicate fiber armature
Light and airy addition to a floral design to celebrate summer
Connect strips of ripped grass to create a knotted armature for short stemmed flowers
Autumn bud vase collar made from gladiolus foliage.
To commemorate Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee and the 20th Anniversary of Friends of Government House Gardens Society a Horticultural event was hosted in the gardens and...
Bright and sunny cymbidium orchids and roses, lilies, lisianthus and pincushions
Loop a grass veil over a lily stem to create a minimalist summer design.
An easy going design of ripped grass and calla lilies. But look a bit closer. See if you can find Mr. Stalk relaxing somewhere between the blades of grass.
Celebrating my book launch by knotting floral mittens using the design Tutorial from my book and the template from the free gift template booklet.
My article and woven ring basket design featured in the summer issue of DIY Weddings Magazine