My Creative Workbook

Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman

Knot a Cordyline Catcher

Rip a cordyline leaf into strands with a corsage pin

Rip a Cordyline leaf into strands with a corsage pin

Cut a circle out of cardboard and pin the strands to the cardboard

Cut a circle out of cardboard and pin the strands to the cardboard

Carefully knot each strand to another strand and secure with a pin

Carefully knot each strand to another strand and secure with a pin

Keep adding strands

Keep adding strands

Press the strands down to lie flat on the cardboard

Press the strands down to lie flat on the cardboard

Knot each strand to at least two other strands.

Knot each strand to at least two other strands.

Keep adding pins to keep the strands in position.

Keep adding pins to keep the strands in position.

Secure the last few strand ends and set aside to dry

Secure the last few strand ends and set aside to dry

Feel to see if the strands are completely dry

Feel to see if the strands are completely dry. It should be inflexible so that the catcher keeps its shape when placed over a vase

Remove the pins

Carefully remove the pins

Place over a glass vase as a rigid grid to keep plant material in place

Place over a glass vase as a rigid grid to keep plant material in place

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