Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Threat a stack of leaves to dry so that they shrivel and dry up in a similar way.
Cut a slit in the branches, at the root side to suspend it over the vases rather than in the vases.
Eerie! Because you use what is there already in the twigs this skeleton looks rather... realistic!
String up pumpkins and glass seahorse vases to craft an autumn mobile design.
A quick and easy way to make a butchers hook look less harsh in a delicate design.
Easy to weave design that can hold your prettiest autumn design treasures.
This armature is actually made of four times as many leaves as what it looks like to create a hinge to fan the entire leaf-tube open yet keep it's shape.
Add a bit of shadow and dimension to a flat armature by using the sketch technique of cross hatching.
This week I show you the Tutorial for the wire leaf shown in my book on page 14 ... this time in copper.
This is a trick for attaching fine details at exactly the right angle.
This wreath is perfectly imperfect. Perfect for using those first few autumn (or preserved from last autumn) leaves.
This is both a decorative and functional design solution. But most importantly, I think, there is absolutely zero waste.