Posts tagged paper flowers

Paper succulents for home decoration

Why paper succulents? First, succulents are very “trendy”. Still. And yes, they are beautiful, tough, attractive, come in many varieties, meeting every person’s taste. Second, paper is a great craft material. Of course, you can have real ones, which is maybe the best, but they need your time and care and if you travel a… Continue reading

Grow your paper lavender field!

My husband and I travel a lot. Really a lot. And I am so excited when we stop in one place for more than a month! This is such a great time! Such a feast, such a celebration! I am meeting friends, buying new books and new wool for my crochet projects, planning home renovations… Continue reading

Every season crocus

Do you have flowers you love and enjoy every time? I have. And one of them are crocuses. And I don’t like cut flowers. They are sad, will die soon and with this will also die the message they are suppose to carry. Crocuses are flowers which are very easy to make from paper. You… Continue reading

Bougainvillea – a home made flower

Maybe, because I was born in that part of Europe, when if you want to have a bougainvillea, you have only a flower pot with a plant, keeping always an eye on it, fighting with the late spring or early autumn cold, feeding the soil, and even then you have to accept that one day your beloved plant will die. With no explanation and with no reason. I even wrote in my other blog about the passion and sadness to have a bougainvillea

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RANUNCULUS BOOKMARKS – the bookshelf garden!

About the Ranunculus bookmarks The Ranunculus bookmarks are inspired by the Ranunculus – such a beautiful flower with so many variations – more than 600! Members of the genus include the buttercups, spearworts, and water crowfoots. Do you know the The Persian legend about the young prince who always wore green and gold (much like the yellow ranunculus)… Continue reading

A Light Exists in Spring

or Flowers for Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson is amazing, even though always a little bit sad. But maybe exactly this undertone makes me love her poems so much. To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, One clover, and a bee. And revery. The revery alone will do. If bees are few…. Continue reading