Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Fold over a tropical leaf cocoon
- 4 February 2015
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Place a Monstera deliciosa (delicious monster) leaf on a flat working surface
The delicious monster leaves are Fenestrate (fenestrata) which means they have windows or holes in the more mature plant leaves with lobes that can easily be manipulated. Fold the first lobes inward and secure with glue
Fold the next set of lobes over and secure
Move up the leaf matching lobes and gluing it together
Roll the leaf tip and secure with a drop of glue
Tuck all the tips into the leaf
Cut the stem at an anglewith a sharp knife and set it in water
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