Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Vein Veil For Freesias
- 22 August 2018
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Match up two Monstera leaves that are similar in size and shape
Place the leaves side by side on a flat working surface. You are going to cut the leaves on the sides that faces in.
Cut away the leaf section between the prominent veins.
Cut the leaf on both sides of the vein, fold it up and score the fold with the pad of your thumb.
Gently rip the leaf from the vein.
Remove the leaf part.
Creating a gap leaf pattern.
Do the same with the other leaf.
Monstera leaves ready to design with.
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