Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
That day after Halloween feeling
"If human beings
every day of the year,
not just on
From me… and Mort… hope you had as magical Halloween flower buddies
Quote by Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland
Great craft for when you are tidying up the garden before the first frost but would still like to enjoy the vines for a bit longer.
Quick and so easy... I added the bells so that the ghost looks kinda bored now that Halloween is all over.
Create a dry layer by placing a smaller vase inside the larger vase
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Careful manipulation of twigs in a shallow container. With a special note on how to use new growth.
Remember how Olaf from Frozen remained cool? With a personal flurry, of course! Two fishbowls, stacked and you are very nearly done.
Eerie! Because you use what is there already in the twigs this skeleton looks rather... realistic!
Wrap and tie a fishbowl vase with corn foliage to craft a lantern for autumn... almost... Halloween.
Weave a spider from lily grass... and reposition it every so often for a creative Halloween twist.
The word ‘Besom’ derives from the old English ‘besma’ meaning ‘bundle of twigs’.
Glue a few twigs to display Autumn flowers and foliage on
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.
Oh my... a corn leaf mummy head for autumn... looking ahead to Halloween styling.
...ok not really that fancy- it’s paper pulp. Cardboard boxes, really. In the spirit of 2020- I am inspired by the endless stream of cardboard boxes being delivered. My list of...
A hint of a wreath table top design for pre-Halloween decorating.
Celebrate the bright colours of autumn with lilies and Chinese lanterns