Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
I always keep all my empty glass jars to make hanging jars with.
It is great for all kinds of design projects.
I have used them to add inexpensive tea light sparkle to a garden for a charity dinner, to hang hundreds of tiny herb arrangements from a tree as a party favor, filled it with Bubble juice for a wedding, hide clues in them for a treasure hunt and used them as treat baskets
Wash and dry glass empty jars. Cut two sections of wire
Bend the first section of wire to fit over the mouth of the jar. Secure this section with the second section wrapped tightly around the wire and the mouth of the jar. Give the wire a twist.
Twist the wires with pliers.
Twist the side wires to secure and test if it hangs straight.
Mossy twigs in recycled glass jar with copper handles.
This is a detailed look at my third Floral Fable design. When you design, every detail you add matters and the smallest element can change the design completely.
This is my article that I wrote for the Valentine's Design Issue of Canadian Florist Magazine