Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Snow glow fluffy display bed for your design details
Prepare the display tray by gluing a fairy light to the side.
Extend the wire over the display container and secure it to the opposite end.
Criss cross over the display container to secure the wire to the surface...
With the battery pack securely resting in the container.
Fluff out some cotton wool.
See the Tutorial below for detailed instructions on how to fluff cotton wool to make a cozy snow bed.
And place a thin layer of fluff over the fairy lights to line the display container.
Cotton balls can be unrolled and fluffed to create long garlands of "snow"
Egg white and sugar creates a natural frost effect
Cover a balloon with skeleton leaves to create a cocoon
Careful manipulation of twigs in a shallow container. With a special note on how to use new growth.
Crafted from a hand full of twigs to give you a large design... even though you add only two stems of sweet peas.
Craft a suspended armature to create a clear winter design.
When you glue a structure with hot glue there are always a few stray strands of glue stuck all over the design. Blow it away with a hairdryer.
An grass armature that looks scattered but is actually very secure
Craft two snippet half moons to connect... and... then add a second layer of grass snippets here and there to shade the flowers.
A glowing cranberry ball for frosty evening decorating.
Paper snowflakes to display small snippets of Festive flowers on.
Weave a sphere from grass to catch a precious and exquisite and perfect glistening early autumn dew drop
Instead of just placing a handful of twigs and two stems of sweet peas in a vase... why not...?
Stand tulips upright in a shallow container with a suspended twig armature.
Glue snippets of grass into a double layer sphere to create a sheltered floral globe.