While browsing your pretty Instagram accounts, I realized that many of you have tried your hand at making paper flowers. Initiated thanks to the book “Paper Flowers” or after participating in one of our workshops, many of you have succumbed to the temptation of sharing your floral creations on social networks. This post is therefore a little nod to all these beautiful creations. I've been thinking about it for some time and with spring and the sunny days, I told myself it was time to get started.
Naturally, I was only able to select a small part of your creations on Instagram, but know that I browse this network daily and that it is always a pleasure to see a new creation inspired by the papers or by the store. I love this mode of communication which allows you to discover lots of talents, and the way in which everyone can express themselves visually and find beauty in their daily life. We have all become snapshot photographers and I think we are lucky to be able to share these images. I am very sensitive to what is “visual” and communicating with images seems completely natural to me.
Your cherry trees, daffodils, daisies, ipomoeas, roses or peonies, available in pastel or tangy tones, perfectly illustrate the diversity of flowers that it is possible to create with a few pieces of paper, small colored pistils and florist's tape. It's also nice to see how beautifully you display them in your interiors.
I also hope that these images will also inspire you for Mother's Day: small bouquets, crowns... or simply a little flower to accompany a card or a gift!
See you soon,