I am a MASSIVE fan of Paper Flowers.
I love that they can be created by anyone,
at any time of year
and any place on Earth.
Roses in the middle of winter?
Chrysanthemums in summer?
Tropical orchids for a snowy winter wedding?
Succulents and eucalyptus for equatorial nuptials?
But even more wonderfully,
if you have a turquoise or plum or tangerine colour theme,
but really want to have peonies in your floral displays,
then just make them.
Oh the possibilities!
I will make the effort to post some of my own Paper Flower tutorials here soon
(I’m trying to learn how to make & post a video),
but for now,
let me introduce you to Lia Griffiths.
Lia is one of my all-time-favourite paper crafters.
I genuinely adore her work and believe that she is one of
the most generous Craft Bloggers out in the Interweb.
She has made and shared tutorials to make a whopping
different floral pieces for a Rustic Bridal Bouquet.
Beautiful, don’t you agree?
So head on over to Lia’s blog, and edify yourself on the easy and fun ways to create some beautiful flowers for your own pleasure.
I told her that you were coming, so she’s expecting you 😉