Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Eucalyptus Snow Flakes
- 12 December 2012
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Place a sheet of plastic on a flat working surface
Cross three stems and flood with wood glue
Glue on the seeded eucalyptus.
Make sure the seeded eucalyptus makes full contact with the thin stem
While the first snow flake dries, start on the second one
When the glue is almost dry, start to add little details to each snow flake to make it unique
Add a few more seeds...
and short, cross-sections to the longer stems
When completely dry, lift the snow flake from the plastic and chip away most of the dry glue with a pin or needle.
Eucalyptus snow flakes
Glue the light Eucalyptus snow flakes to float on the pine needles
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