Tuesday, May 25, 2010

More paper flowers

After a couple of tries, I got the hang of the basic technique, then I made the flowers mine. Some look like roses, others remind me of magnolias. I wasn't after perfection, after all -- that isn't my style! What stunned me is that such a simple method can produce such lovely results.


I put three flowers in this antique glass measuring beaker. These flowers make me very, very happy!


[I gave this link before, but here it is again, by special request. A tutorial by the wonderful Angela]

10 comments:

  1. I can see why, they are stunning, simply lovely~

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  2. I love these flowers...Did you tell us where you found out how to make them? I would like to give it a try.

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  3. Your photograph on the black background is really beautiful , a lot of your antique lace pieces would look wonderful photographed on that, gorgeous !

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  4. Those are sooo beautiful! karen....

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  5. They make me very happy, too, and you have made them yours. As for me, I am headed for the tutorial and then I will make them mine!!!

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  6. I agree, agree, agree. The flowers are absolutely stunning.

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  7. I can't believe how perfect these roses are. And they'll never wilt. I must try my hand at this.

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  8. Lovely flowers! They look so vintage :)

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  9. I'm in the mood of making paper flowers too! Mine are made of coffee filters and then painted or dyed. I'll check the link you shared.
    Your roses/magnolias are of the 'just perfect' color, so soft and romantic...
    Monicax.

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  10. I adore these paper flowers. I want some!!!!

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