Who says cornucopias are just for the Thanksgiving table? Follow this tutorial (with just 4 materials!) to make a mini cord-wrapped live succulent cornucopia, perfect for place settings year-round.
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Roll the cardstock paper into a cone and secure with hot glue.
Step 2: Trim the edge of the paper to the cone size of your choice. Remember when you made party hats out of paper when you were little? This is the same exact thing. Roll the cardstock into a cone and attach with hot glue. Trim the edge to make the perfect cone shape.
Step 3: Now it’s wrapping time! Wrap the paracord around the cone, adhering it with hot glue. Cover the whole cone.
These are the perfect name cards to add a punch of color to your tablescape.
We filled these mini cornucopias with one of our favorite plants — succulents! We suggest wrapping the stems and dirt with plastic wrap to keep them together and for minimal dirt-on-the-plate spillage. If you are worried about a potential mess, air plants are always another great option.
The best way to top off your colorful place setting is by accompanying it with hand-lettered name cards. Don’t fret — we have amazing online classes that will teach you the tips and tricks of hand lettering or calligraphy.
DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Photography: Chris Andre