I’m a big big fan of paper crafts, and especially paper flowers (oh and paper dolls). It’s super exciting to open up the new book Paper Blooms: 25 Extraordinary Flowers to Make for Weddings, Celebrations & More by Jeffery Rudell — published by Lark Crafts – and see just how many kinds of beautiful — and not too complicated — paper flowers you can make.
The book also includes fab ideas of what to do with all those flowers once you’ve got them (head over to Lark Crafts to read an interview with the author ).
Using ideas and tips from the book, I made a batch of flowers from white lined tablet paper. I then took string and created a lovely flower cluster.
Hang these in your trees and they’ll make beautiful yard party decor (and pretty for inside too). Next, I’m making a few batches in vibrant colors (Cinco de Mayo is coming).
Paper Blooms has gorgeous photos, clear instructions, and great ideas. Perfect for beginner to advanced crafters and even kiddos. This book is a must for your craft shelf.
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