Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
This is the second part of my twig glow-man Tutorial... and probably the easiest garland you can possibly make.
Cut stars from a copper plate for a lovely turquoise patina Christmas decoration.
Cover a basic wreath with a layer of feathers for a soft and comforting winter wreath
This is the easiest battery operated votive candle lantern to hand craft from a copper sheet... ever! As always with my Tutorials you will not need any special tools or workshop...
The colour and the effect will vary due to application, temperature and humidity.
Add a collar around a vase to hint at a wreath for an early Christmas floral design.
Don’t you just hate short cuts?<br> ... because the longer your design elements will last the more effort it will take for you to make them look vibrant again.
Using dry and fresh floral material in one design without the dry becoming soggy and the fresh drying out.
Craft a wire tripod to fit into the bristles of a handcrafted broom so that it can stand freely in your display.
It’s amazing how we sometimes try to complicate a design. I tried adding calla lilies… took them out and loved the willow. Added gerberas. Took them out and loved the willow....
The hardest part of this is actually making the tendrils. From there it's a few twists... and we are done!