flowers + reading
Sep 1, 2020
Don’t miss Jessie’s downloadable tutorial (below).
Jessie Chui in her studio | Image: Amber Ellis of Creating Light Studio
There are so many benefits of incorporating paper flowers into your fresh floral bouquets and arrangements. They’re made from recyclable paper, they won’t wilt in the heat, they don’t require a water source, and they can be created in any colour, size, and shape your heart desires. With so many advantages, they’re the perfect companion for fresh florals.
So the next time your peony order arrives shattered or your bride asks to have pansies in her bouquet, consider contacting a paper florist! Or, try your hand at making paper flowers yourself.
My book, Paper Flower Art: Create Beautifully Realistic Floral Arrangements, was written so that any flower enthusiast could create natural-looking, organic, gardenesque paper flower arrangements that are on trend these days. I made sure to include the really popular flowers, like Juliet Roses, garden roses, cosmos, ranunculus, Coral Charm peonies, and phlox.
Here’s a glimpse of my Chocolate Cosmos tutorial from the Paper Flower Art book. Be sure to download the complete tutorial below!
UPDATE: The giveaway is closed. Congratulations to our 3 winners: Jules Hershaw, Diane Legg, and Lisa Joyner!
Win a copy of Jessie’s book, Paper Flower Art: Create Beautifully Realistic Floral Arrangements. To enter, simply leave a comment below so we know you want to win! Entry closes on September 5, 2020 at 11:59 pm Central. Three winners will be chosen by random drawing and contacted via email on September 6, 2020. Giveaway open to all residents of UK and North America.
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Floral images reproduced with the permission of GMC Publications