Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
A collar for a vase that you can use throughout the season... simply replace the water and the flowers inside the vase.
Stand a tuft of bunny tail grass in a small amount of water to dry... and then add a little something that turns it into a little something more.
Fold a book into a floral armature... with tricks there to keep the floral material hydrated and suspended.
An old trick... but still a great one to support thin stems in the needles of a Kenzan.
Spear bunny tail grasses into a Kenzan to create a cozy space to display apricot lemonade cosmos flowers.
A no waste... but still decorative way to keep your flower in place and hydrated in the warm days of summer.
Love anchovies cans. And if you fold over the pull tab just so it is perfect for keeping even longer stem flowers upright.
Placing gladiolus stems horizontally so that the stems... disappear.
My summer design strategy: the warmer the weather the deeper the water. A vine frog is just the thing!
Pick away the petals from a few Phalaenopsis orchids to display in a summer grass tunnel design.