Extraordinary beauty with a spherical, radiant yellow flower ball – Danziger’s Paintball™ series of Craspedia flowers, also known as drumstick flowers.
No wonder Craspedia is turning into a worldwide trend, used as a centerpiece or accessory – offering the design versatility you’ve always dreamed of!
- Extraordinary large yellow heads
- Strong stems that stand tall
- Supplied as cuttings, ensuring strong, stable, and beautiful globes
- High shape and size consistency and uniform growth
- Can be used dry
- Can be tinted to allow endless color matching possibilities
- Higher yields compared to other Craspedia varieties and better Fusarium tolerance
Weave it in!
This decorative design radiates pure woolly coziness! A traditional old weaving frame decorated with Craspedia flowers of the Paintball™ Pop variety, decorative weeds, Chinese reeds, twigs, and wool woven in between the strings. The subtle play of colors in this tapestry-like decorative ornament is a lovely addition to any room.
To learn exactly how to create this decoration, see this video: www.blooms.de/videos
Happy Flowering Holes
For this flowery creation, drill small holes in the wooded plank with a thin drill bit.
Then alternately insert individual Paintball™ Pop drumsticks and wooden sticks. Attach glass tubes to the wooden sticks with wires,
fill with water using a gooseneck bottle and insert plants such as clematis, thistles, and Chinese reeds
Want to learn how to create this decorative creation? Take a look at our video: www.blooms.de/videos
How’s this for art? You can make an elegant work of art using just a few materials, such as Craspedia drumsticks, Chinese reeds, flat-ear grass, and switchgrass. Shape clay into small blocks, stick in the flowers and reeds and leave to dry.
Create beautiful vases for our long stemmed and erect Craspedia flowers by repurposing and reusing discarded bottles. Wrap the bottle with raffia, tree bark, a rope, or a piece of fabric and attach them to the bottle. Add water and insert the beautiful yellow globes to add personality and natural materials to any room.
Paintball™ Pop CRASPEDIA
This wonderfully attractive globe-shaped composite flower, made up of many small individual lemony-bright flowers, is as distinctive as it is beautiful and versatile. Paintball’s unique inflorescence shape with its extra-large flower head, at the top of strong stems that stand erect, reaching up to 80 centimeters in height, is an incredible, stand out addition to bouquets, adding a real WOW factor, as well as being beautiful on its own. Originally from Australia and New Zealand, Craspedia is gaining fans and popularity all over the world.
Turning a simple embroidery frame into a striking centerpiece
This inventive creation uses an ordinary hand embroidery frame to showcase nature’s golden drumstick. Individual Craspedia flowers are fixed to the frame with the help of paper wires. Next, other plants are added, such as Chinese silver grass, wild redtop, and spangle grass, and then a wide, color-coordinated ribbon is attached and used to hang the decoration.
The ring loop can also be used as a beautiful ornament to decorate the front door.
Small vase – big bouquet You can create an understated yet impressive flower decoration even without an eye-catching vase! Tie the strong drumstick stems around a narrow vase using a rubber band. Conceal the rubber band area with a string, fill with water and add other flowers such as clematis, hellebore, and switchgrass.
Vase-less bouquet These drumstick plants, that flower in autumn, support one another like Mikado sticks. The basic structure is formed by beautiful Craspedia drumsticks connected with wire, placed in a water-filled bowl. Clematis, helleborine, flat-ear grass, knotted carrot, and milk star flowers are added into the mix and fixed in place with wire, as required.
CANDLELIGHT – Whether lighting up a balcony in late summer, or as a small eye-catching and romantic decoration in a living room – this candlelight lamp is both playful and timeless thanks to the natural materials such as jute fabric and leather straps. Take care that the Craspedia flowers and flat ear grass are far enough from the open flame. For increased safety, a LED candle is also suitable.
To create this candle lamp, see our video: www.blooms.de/videos
Festive wreath A natural handmade ornament, bringing together mother nature and decoration into any room. The basis of is a straw wreath,
which is decorated with bark fibers, tendrils and mulberry bark.
A braid of raffia brings playful lightness to the wreath, with the inserted Craspedia drumsticks and beach lilacs adding color to create a joyful and festive look.
In-vase The natural beauty of the Craspedia flowers is showcased to its best advantage when placed a vase in a matching color. For that extra touch, cut willow twigs, remove the bark and attach them to the vase with a wire. Weave the upper rim with mulberry bark and place the drumsticks in the water-filled vase.