Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Veiled Tillandsia glass container armature
- 13 April 2016
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Looks a little like Cousin Itt... right?
Place a clump of Spanish Moss on a flat surface and fluff out with your fingers. Measure it against the container for size
Slip the panel over the edge of the container to hang down
Tuck the Spanish Moss into the container
Move around the container and tuck in Spanish Moss
Tuck the Spanish Moss into the opening
Gently comb down the Spanish Moss to cover the glass evenly
Add your floral details
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