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Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman

Kenzan foliage cover-up

Place the Kenzan in a shallow container.

Place the Kenzan in a shallow container.

You can find the "how-to" here in my book The Effortless Floral Craftsman , a floral crafter's guide to crafting with nature ... page 160 to 165 or see below for a short Tutorial.

Hook the leaf through the teeth of the Kenzan and adjust with a bamboo skewer if you need to.

Hook the leaf through the teeth of the Kenzan and adjust with a bamboo skewer if you need to.

Wrap the leaf around the outside of the kenzan, leaving the teeth open for designing.

Wrap the leaf around the outside of the kenzan, leaving the teeth open for designing.

On the last wrap let the leaf extend higher than the teeth to make sure you conceal the kenzan.

On the last wrap let the leaf extend higher than the teeth to make sure you conceal the kenzan.

Press the leaf end into the kenzan to secure.

Press the leaf end into the kenzan to secure.

... for a natural and minimal design solution without adding something to the bottom of the container like stones or glass.

... for a natural and minimal design solution without adding something to the bottom of the container like stones or glass.

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