Posts Tagged ‘centepiece’

Queen Anne’s lace, protea and anemone.

This paper flowers bouquet was inspired by the interior of a house near the water, in California. A color theme with white tones, soft greens, some blue and purple seemed the perfect fit for that place. I used a lot of paper greenery, eucalyptus, olive branches and the flower diversity is rich, romantic, with an exotic twist: anemone, garden roses, some hydrangeas, sweet peas, fritillaria tulips, scabiosa, lunaria plant, a white protea and a artichoke. The Queen Anne’s lace gives it the finale touch… this lovely wildflower is one of the most difficult plant that I’ve had to recreate so far.

…thoughts fom my lovely girls!

Art, colors, painting, drawing … all of this was my universe since I can remember.  So, in a way, paper flowers was the natural thing for me, a way of combining all of my skills! It’s been almost eight years since I discovered paper flowers (late 2012) and it’s a love story that’s getting stronger every day!

My room is always full of flowers …amazing, colorful and sweet paper flowers that I’ve made for YOU, for your beautiful day, your dream wedding, or to give as a gift to your loved ones.

Thank you for your thrust in me and in my talent …for this I am grateful!

 For me, being a paper flower maker, is at a crossroads between being an artisan, an artist, or a designer, or perhaps a bit of all of them combined.  Paper flowers mix colors, shape and craftsmanship is such an unique way, that gives me the amazing opportunity to replicate nature.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to express my thoughts and ideas throw my art. I am immensely happy to be a part of your life through my flowers and my work …and when I have a positive feedback from all of you my heart is pounding with joy and happiness.

Christine paper design - paper ranunculus and anemone

Christine paper design -anemone