Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
The trick of this Tutorial is to create a flat top platform to display Spring blossom twigs- the way it would look on moss in a forest.
Carefully break... but don't snap a reed to create a curved base for a fanned out grass armature.
Turn a flower vase into a bud vase by floating a smaller container inside the larger one.
Suspend flowers over a water filled container by weaving a natural grid.
Use the unique qualities of each stem to create a submerged design in a water filled glass vase.
Trap air between two vases to create a third circle... and frame for a small feather hint to a hopeful Spring
A small adjustment to the shape of the feather creates a more whimsical look.
Pick away petals from a lily to create space for delicate vines to really shine.
Create a tiny visual tunnel to focus attention.
A low design that is still light and airy using a lot of convenient prepare ahead of time design elements.
Because even Santa takes out a moment to have some fun on Christmas eve.