Cora practises the traditional craft of Tsumami-Zaiku (also known as Kanzashi) – a craft originated from Japan in the Edo era which is still being used for creating elaborate headpieces for Geishas today. The craft uses small, folded pieces of silk fabric to form various objects. It is deeply connected to nature and change of seasons because Geishas use their headpieces to display seasonal plants as an indication of time of year. Despite the age of the craft, Cora aims to create accessories and artwork with a modern interpretation. She explores the use of cotton fabric and printed fabric to create different styles of accessories. She also incorporates western elements such as butterfly bows, love-hearts, wings, and rhinestones in her designs. Cora has showcased and sold her work in various craft fairs around Sheffield, and demonstrated her work in Meet The Maker and Craft Jam organised by the Millennium Gallery.