Paper flowers can be so beautiful! Can you believe this gorgeous gown and head piece are made out of paper? Zoe Bradley creates amazing paper installations, such as the one above, for exhibits and store windows. I would love her to do one for Fly Me To The Moon Florists.
I think paper flowers can be much more stunning than artificial flowers. Because they are not trying so hard to look real. They're art!
This is a 3 part series on paper flowers.
Part 1 - Using Paper Flowers - This post will show you paper flowers on display. You can get ideas here on how they can be used.
Part 2 -Tissue Paper Flowers: Step Outside The Box - The second post will show you the more traditional tissue paper flowers.
Part 3 - How To Make Beautiful Paper Flowers - The third post will show you how to make various kinds of paper flowers.
This lovely bouquet of roses is actually made of paper and world maps. These paper flowers would work well at a special event, in an office or in the home in a simple vase. No water necessary!
Get some friends together and make this beautiful bouquet for a wedding or a special celebration. Use gold and ivory papers for a 50th wedding anniversary.
These can be made out of decorative papers or even pages from an old book. These paper blooms have a quaint vintage look about them. Don't you think?
After reading the book, Flower Confidential by Amy Stewart, I would much rather use these paper beauties on a cake than the real thing.
What would you do with a bunch of beautiful paper flowers?