Post # 1
This girl does more than make coffee filter roses!
^ three varieties of blush roses
^The gold gilded rose going to be placed on the seat my dad would’ve been in, if he were alive for my wedding
^anemone prototype 1
^anemone prototype 2
^paper garden rose
^paper garden rose prototype 2
White paper Sweet Pea
Mauve paper Sweet Pea
If feels good to share all of the hard work i’ve been putting in.
only a million flowers to go…and every other DIY
Post # 3
Simply stunning! Very impressed!
Post # 5
Damn girl… you’ve got some patience and some talent!!
Post # 6
@futuremrswood25: I like those a lot, love the anemones and all of the roses.
For soe reason I can’t explsin, I find paper flowers very charming.
Post # 8
@canarydiamond: surprisingly, yes, sometimes i do. but i’ve gotten to the point where it doesnt require so much patience for the roses, but more for developing new varieties.
im considering doing a take on blushing bride protea. we will see
@FauxPas2012: I really do too. i just love them. i hate them sometimes. but i really love them.
@desiree.0615: Thanks! 🙂
Post # 9
Thos are gorgeous. Beats the ever-loving crap out of my paper flowers. Jealous!
Post # 10
@angeluscado: i would totally offer my help, but you’re so close to your wedding! congrats!
Post # 11
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
WOW those look amazing, great job on all the different kinds!!
Post # 12
I’m still working out a few more varieties. i’d like to try protea maybe. and make a third attempt at hydrangea soon 🙂
i’ve also done ivy, but im not sure how i feel about it anymore. its very stiff looking to me. ill probably make an attempt at another vine soon
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2015 - Backyard Forest
I love your roses!! AMAZING!
Post # 13
how did you learn how to make them?i love the garden roses
Post # 14
How did you learn how to do this? Are the supplies expensive? These are amazing!!
Post # 15
Wow! The roses are amazing!