Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
For Floral Art the temperature of the wax rarely exceeds the minimum melting point.
Although the wax is strong it is also soft and can easily be damaged. I make carriers for my wax shapes so that it doesn't damage in transit.
Place a plate under your hot glue gun to catch drips when you work. You can use these drops of dried glue later in designs
Dipping red grapes in pale wax creates a cloudy layer that is not only anti-bacterial (prevents fruit from spoiling and releasing the ethylene gas) but also gives depth and...
I loved how peaceful this smooth wax looked when combined with the tulip and tendrils. Like a lily floating on a pond.
You can use any type of paper to make flowers. I use tissue paper, Crêpe paper, cardboard, newsprint and coffee filters (new and used) to make sweet peas, carnations, paper...