A visual guide with different techniques, realistic details, clear instructions, coloring and shaping tips.
*Paper Anemone Tutorial* is a 67 pages material and 4 template pages with different petal styles and personal drawings.This creative study will take you on a complex journey, starting with a simple flower, easy to make, with a minimum amount of petals, followed by more complex and elaborate anemones, with different petal templates. I also used some real flowers as an inspiration source and you will receive some of my drawings and sketches. Also, you will learn the system behind the anemone petal placement.
For these anemone flowers I used different types of crepe paper: the lovely German Werola 160 gr for the first versions, but also the stretchy and fine Italian 90 gr paper, from Cartotecnica Rossi.
I’ve recreated this flower many times and I’m sure you will learn something new from this material which you can use and adapt to your own work aesthetics. If you have bought some of my previous materials you will find that I use some similar techniques.
Visit my Instagram account @christinepaperdesign (the guide/reel/IGTV section) to find some video materials and other “behind the scene” moments.
If you have bought my previous materials you will find that I use some similar techniques but with a different approach. This Study is available to purchase on my etsy shop but you can also buy it directly from me (contact me).
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.
After so many years of creating paper flowers bridal bouquets I can say that I know how to master this field. I enjoy making projects that are creative and complex, with lots of flower types, sizes and shapes. This beauty is an example of my vision for the perfect bridal bouquet!
It has color and texture, the size is just right and the flower mix is incredible.
You can discover so many flowers but, I think the main attraction is the red Pink Ice Protea and the Frittilaria Tulips which give the color touch. The anemone, butterfly ranunculus and dogwood ad the sweetness and delicacy.
In the end, the delicate english garden roses ad the romantic touch, all the small filler flowers give texture and the variety of leaves complete the design!
Autumn is one of my favorite seasons and I feel very inspired to create and work with soft tones of pastels. This ivory, nude, soft pink, brown color theme was perfect for this lovely project, Tell a Story – Wedding Photography Workshop created by Julius Paul
I was so happy to be a part of this team! Take a look to see the full story if you wish!
Luisa’s bridal bouquet was one of my all time favorite wedding projects. She had her wedding in Greece and we used that as a inspiration for the bridal bouquet and wedding candles. The main theme was magnolias and olive leaves… she was so beautiful and these amazing photos by DeersPhotography captured the moment perfectly!
Follow the wedding story here.
This bouquet was designed to fulfill the bride’s vision of the perfect wedding bouquet: purple centered anemone, sage leaves, navy berries, lunaria and soft pastels.
Photo of the bride Say Bre Photography
I often make bridal bouquets having as an inspiration a real bouquet… also I love to make recreation of real wedding bouquets if I find them beautiful and inspirational… so if you wish to hold your bridal bouquet one more time, for years to come, let me know!
I fell in love with this sweet face and her soft color theme for the perfect bridal bouquet!
Photo of the bride – Rock The Image
I’m not a big fan of red but I had the most amazing time creating these lovely bouquets, with vibrant color themes, sophisticated flower mix and a red flowers as the main caracter.
I had the privilege to make this amazing bridal bouquet, big and luscious, for a wedding in the south of France and a bride called Marpesa – such an unique and beautiful name! She wanted a bouquet with lots of anemone, ranunculus, peonies, roses and greenery. I will always cherish the memory of this experience and the process of making this bouquet for her.