Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Let tendrils do what they naturally do to help keep your flowers in place.
Craft two snippet half moons to connect... and... then add a second layer of grass snippets here and there to shade the flowers.
The tiny stems tend to flop about making it difficult to place your design... just so. This is such a great solution!
Easter basket filled with (almost... almost chocolate) anthuriums.
Adding design details to create tiny gaps for more design details.
Quick and easy design... perfect for something tiny to celebrate spring.... everywhere!
so many techniques rolled into one rather pretty tulip nest. Perfect to celebrate new beginnings: Spring and my book birthday... and my online workshop!
If you know just a bit more about the "why" we do the things we do it is easy to discover new "how's". This week I show you why it is possible to design with blossoming twigs in a...
Place a fully opened lily over the opening of your vase to help support more delicate stems
Hide the prettiest of flowers in the entire bunch in plain sight by framing it with elegant grass.
Line a shallow container with fiber to create a mat for the flowers to hydrate and stand in the exact way you want to place them.
Add a bit of love to your blossom branches with hanging heart knots.