Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Thin water based paint and mix it into a bit of wood glue.
Dip the sisal into the glue to soak up the colour.
Lay out the fibers in a flexible tray
Spread out the sisal fibers to barely cover the surface of the plastic tray
Lift up a few strands to create pockets for the flowers
Set aside to dry completely
Carefully lift the sisal disk around the edges
Slide your hand under the disk to lift out
Sisal disk done and ready to design with
My RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 Limelight Floral Art Design. My Limelight design was inspired by a slice of lime. But I wanted it to look like it was spun by a butterfly. I used...
This was the third design I did in my "All things Autumn (by which I mean all things chocolate)" floral art demonstration
A design demonstration and workshop at the Floral Trends Design group in South Africa exploring how we emulate nature’s best biological ideas to solve our modern day design...
Looking at how we emulate nature’s best biological ideas to solve our modern day design problems.
Looking back at the preparations and my Biomimicry design demonstration and workshop at the Floral Trends Design Group in South Africa