Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
The Upside of being Inside
Its got a this side and that side
And a upside and a downside
And a front side and a backside
And a side side and an other side
And a pretty side and a view from the opposite side
And an over side and an underside
… but as far as liking it’s snowy side or it’s twig side most?
Nope… not taking any sides.
A great do-in-advance and reusable design solution for a winter, early spring floral display.
When you glue a structure with hot glue there are always a few stray strands of glue stuck all over the design. Blow it away with a hairdryer.
A design inspired by traditional Jiyek braiding techniques
Create an arched design to hide the electrical outlet for a cell phone charging station
Glue a few wigs to follow the shape of a glass bowl to create a disk armature
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...
It's sometimes difficult to place a tiny crystal or bead exactly where you want it.
Glue the twigs in a container to easily follow the round shape
Floral styling using mostly dried material that will last the entire Autumn.
Soft minimal Fall armature making it easy to replace the flowers as the season progress.
Using that little something that is unusual about your flower to make the design stand out.
A quick-to-do-but-looks-impressive way to display a beautiful cut garden vine for an effortless summer design.
Exploring two soaking techniques for a subtle early autumn design
My article and a floral cell phone re-charge station design featured in DIY Weddings Magazine
My article and a floral panel design featured in DIY Weddings Magazine
Glue a bunch of twigs inside a container to create a round stack
A delicate winter twig armature to show off the delicate beauty of these early spring coloured tulips.