Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Kalanchoe Christmas Bauble
- 16 December 2015
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Cut a length of wire
Make a curl in the one end of the wire
Glue the curled end to an acorn
Glue a Kalanchoe flower to the acorn sealing the cut wound with the glue.
Start to add two more flowers...
And a few more flowers below those
Glue flowers to one half of the acorn before...
turning it over and adding flowers to the other half
Cover the rest of the acorn with flowers and hang it in the design from the wire tendril.
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