Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Pick up any bits of plant material floating in the water
Dip a brush in the water to wet the brustles.
Sweep up the debris.
It will settle in the bristles.
Even the tiniest bits of plant material float closer to the brush and can simply be picked up, leaving your vase spotless to display.
Only a few stems create an impressive display if you allow the water to design with you.
Easy way to fill test tubes and easiest way to remove water from a vase
Slip a leaf into the gap between two glass containers to keep it upright... and add a plastic lining to support the flowers nestled into it.
This is a great, non permanent way to protect surfaces from damage
Create a dry layer by placing a smaller vase inside the larger vase
Conditioning new growth and sprouts are difficult because the little sprouts have not had time to fully develop its cellular structure to survive being cut and taking up water on...
Most stems, twigs and even sturdier branches can be bend into shapes. It takes practice and more than a bit of patience. The main idea is to slowly manipulate the branch without...
Stack a few glass containers and fill each with water to a different level.
A submerged design... perfect for summertime designing... and enjoying!
Blossom petals drop so quickly! Here's a way to make them last just that little bit longer.
A tranquil design that just takes a moment to do... when you need to take a moment to... breathe.
Stack two vases to create a small gap at the side to keep a leaf upright
Freely translated it means Each Moment, Only Once. It is a saying associated with Japanese tea ceremonies.