Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Half wire half grass tangle to keep stems in place
- 26 July 2017
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Tangle and shape wire into a half moon
Place the wire in a shallow container
Pour water into the container. Just about 2cm should be enough.
Place the Baby’s breath stems making sure each stem is in water
Add some clematis stems
Tangle some decorative wire over the flowers
Nestle a few Shishito peppers into the wire tangle
Curl, curve and drape some lily grass to complete the shape, making sure each blade of grass is in water.
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