1) This is a Seed
The Seed is a little blob of henna, that you make with a quick, firm squeeze on your henna cone.
2) You can make different Seeds by pressing less or more on your cone, and pulling the line out or keeping it still.
Make long ones, round ones, tapering ones, fat ones, skinny ones. These look like rice, watermelon seeds, orange pips, tomato seeds, radish seeds, sesame seeds .... all the good stuff!
3) Plant rows of Seeds.
4) Seeds bloom into flowers
5) Seeds curl along vines
6) Seeds often have pulp or shells around them.
Contrast the fine lines to the larger seeds for a more dramatic pattern
7) Seeds can come in clusters
These make great fill motifs
8) Seeds and fine lines make beautiful flowers
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