I love it when readers let me know me about paper delights they've come across in their travels, whether online or in real life. Sue Custer of the Custom Quilling design team recently sent photos she phone-snapped at the Sephora store in Missouri's Chesterfield Mall. The flowers are gorgeous and look, there's even quilled lettering!
Curious about who created the display, I put Google to the test... up popped a link to a fabulously detailed article written by the flower designer herself, Hannah Sitzer. She's the owner of Antlre Creative, a concept, design, development, and manufacturing agency that produces retail environments.
I know you'll enjoy reading it, but first I can't resist sharing a few of her pictures, taken while team members were installing about a million flowers - well, actually 5000 - in Manhattan Sephora stores late at night. I'm sure it was a ton of work along with fun...
as long as you're okay with heights and shaky scaffolding - not for the faint of heart!
Huge, golden gardenias were made to decorate windows. Each is about two to three feet in diameter. Gorgeous!
First three photographs: Sue CusterLast three photographs: Antlre Inc.