Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Pompon Chrysanthemum, bud and eucalyptus pom-poms
Pompon Chrysanthemums make perfect floral pom-pom beads
Cut the flower stem away. Use a long thin needle or the hairpin wire needle to thread the first flower. Pierce through the petal to the green stem side.
Thread the second flower. This time pierce through the green bottom side of the flower and out through the petals.
Decorate the chrysanthemum pompom with carnation buds, eucalyptus and Ceropegia woodii. I also added the thinnest strand of copper wire and tiny blue beads.
Make sure everything is secure and that there are no sharp ends or scratchy wires sticking out.