Friday, March 11, 2011

Paper Boutonnieres

This week's Fab Friday image is a box of boutonnieres made by Cheryl of Wire and Paper in Australia.

image by Anna Rose Photography

The elegant mulberry paper roses, each with a world map leaf attached, remind me so much of the crocuses that will soon be blooming here in the chilly northeastern U.S. Come on, spring!

Cheryl makes beautiful paper flowers for weddings and other significant occasions and will even incorporate your own meaningful papers, such as the text from a love letter or wrapping paper from a special gift.

18 comments:

  1. Wow they are Beautiful and I love the map leaves what a nice touch!

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  2. So creative and lovely. I like these more than the silks I had made for my wedding.

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  3. How delightful ! The world map roses are something special.

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  4. Beautiful paper flowers....I am looking forward to diving into her site and getting a good look at all that she does.

    Great find...

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  5. It is very-very beautiful! As the presents...

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  6. Simple and gorgeous. I wish that I had these when I was getting married! I need a time machine...

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  7. Wow they are Beautiful!!!
    Groetjes Baukje

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  8. Oh wow! Those flowers are so beautiful.. I love the map leaves!

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  9. so nicely presented; doesn't that just make the project too?! Another new blog to explore and right on my own home turf. Lovely paper flowers...thanks for sharing

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  10. Those are lovely. And if it makes you feel better I'm in the northeast too and saw today that the tulips have just broken ground in my front yard. Spring is just around the corner!

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  11. look at these gorgeous paper and bead flowers from Anenome paper flowers in Spokane
    http://www.handmadepaperflowers.com/home.html

    Love them

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  12. Gorgeous flowers, one would never know they were paper!

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  13. these are beautiful, so airy and light! i love the idea of using meaningful papers to make the flowers. it just adds another layer of fantastic to them.
    i cannot wait until spring here either! the weather HAS been warming up lately...=)

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