How did we make it?

The following flowers (botanical terms) and materials were used:
  • Betula pendula
  • Jasminum polyanthum
  • Ranunculus asiaticus
  • Thlaspi arvense
  • Viburnum opulus ’Roseum’
  • dry grass
  • quail’s eggs
  • feathers
  • metal leaf
  • craft wire
  • hot glue, adhesive spray
The entire series can be found in the BLOOM’s Praxis Edition 80 March/April 2018
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Step 1

With the help of anchor tape, attach a self-adhesive Pinholder to a plate.
It is easier to remove anchor tape later on (compared to glue mass).

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Step 2

If necessary, cut the Fresh Floral Foam Sphere into shape. Cut it in such a way that it looks like an egg.
Afterwards, place the egg-shaped sphere on top of the Pinholder.

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Step 3

Trim the Black Floral Foam Sphere and use a spoon to dig a hollow. Decorate the hollow with fresh floral materials. Stick in feathers and quail’s eggs. Add metal leaf to some spots.

Products used for this creation

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perfect for flowers with short or broken stems

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Pini KL

Pini KL makes it easy to attach Floral Foam to smooth surfaces.