Make a garden of paper flowers bloom with more than 25 sophisticated patterns designed by Jeffery Rudell, whose work has appeared everywhere from Tiffany & Co. and The New York Botanical Garden to Good Housekeeping magazine. Just follow the gorgeous step-by-step photos and simply cut, fold, and crumple to create these extraordinary blossoms, which feature a variety of papers such as tissue, vellum, and glassine. Pretty and modern, these easy-to-do projects are perfect for weddings, holidays, and other celebrations, and make great centerpieces, garlands, bouquets, card decorations, and more.
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Paper Blooms -- Craft 25 sophisticated paper flower designs that can be used as home, party, and wedding decoration with a fresh, contemporary style. These unique project have been created by accomplished paper artist Jeffery Rudell, whose work has been featured at Tiffany & Co. (Fifth Avenue) and The New York Botanical Garden, as well as in the pages of Elle Decor, Brides, and Good Housekeeping magazines. Full-size patterns and hundreds of step-by-step photos make it easy for you to construct the components: the various stems, petals, and foliage. You can easily change the look of the flowers simply by using different materials such as tissue, origami, rice, vellum and handmade paper. Photo inspiration pagers will give you ideas for the many ways the flowers can be used, from cheerful cupcake toppers to pretty place cards.About the Author:
Jeffery Rudell is an accomplished and versatile paper artist whose work has been featured at Tiffany & Co. (Fifth Avenue), Mish New York, The New York Botanical Garden, and in the pages of Elle Decor, Brides, Receptions, and Good Housekeeping magazines. He is also a frequent contributor to the popular website craftstylish.com. In 2005 he was a candidate on the NBC television show, The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, and he has appeared in an Etsy How-Tuesday video demonstrating one of his signature paper flower projects (youtube.com/watch?v=yPe2g9rGDUU). Jeffery is also a writer and storyteller whose work has been performed at the New York Public Library, The Players Club, on the National Storytelling Tour, and The Moth Podcast. He lives in New York, NY.
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