Author(s): Suzi Mclaughlin
Paper flowers are not only beautiful, but also incredibly versatile. They can be used to create everything from unique centrepieces to decorative one-off bouquets, and be made from the most basic and inexpensive of materials. Suzi McLaughlin's step-by-step tutorials cover all you need to know, including: how to curl petals, score and wire leaves and wrap stems, and show you how to make a beautiful array flowers from a variety of different papers, both bought and found, allowing you to bring new life to old letters, second-hand books, sheet music and discarded
wrapping paper and maps.
The 15 projects are accompanied by templates for every flower, leaf and foliage shape used in the book, as well as imaginative ways to display your creations - including suspending them from the ceiling and having them cascade down a wall. Suzi also gives ideas on how to wrap and present your flowers as gifts. So whether you want to create a delicate posy or a gloriously blousy bouquet, this book is sure to delight and inspire.