Last spring I was approached by a book publisher to create a sweet little book about paper flowers. I thought that sounded like fun, and a great way to reach more people passionate about paper crafts. So I created and designed paper flowers all summer long. And now spring is here once again and my first paper flowers book has blossomed onto bookshelves!
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Where to Get My Paper Flowers Book
There are several different ways to get my Paper Flowers Book:
Fun Project Ideas in the Paper Flowers Book
One of the things I love about this book is the gorgeous photographs the publisher took of my flowers. In many cases they recreated the flowers I made (so we know my instructions worked—hooray!) and then made projects using the paper flowers. Here are some of their beautiful projects in the book:
I love these projects! Ideas in the book include:
- Paper Flower Shadow Boxes
- Rose Bouquets
- Party Centerpieces
- Hair Accessories
- Nursery decor
Free Cut Files to Make Paper Flowers
As a bonus, this book gives links to downloadable SVG files that can be used with a Cricut cutting machine to make cutting faster and easier for six of the flowers. The links for these files are in step 1 of the tutorials in the book. Or you can cut them all by hand with the provided patterns.
If you get this book, I’d really love to know what you think of it and if you’d like to see more like it. Post a review on Amazon or send your thoughts to me at [email protected]