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Blue Roses

One dozen blue roses, made for a Tiffany & Co. themed birthday. Each rose is made with three different shades of blue, with paper textures ranging from thick handmade, to suede-feel.

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Commissioned piece with pink, purple, and aqua roses from handmade paper, twisted through with vines featuring two shades of tiny purple flowers.

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Handmade paper roses, from The Winthrop Woman, published in 1959.

Each petal is hand cut and added to the flower individually.

Stacked together and tied with a simple ribbon, these roses make a stunning bouquet.

And as promised, the special project using the ‘map’ illustration from an old book. Each of these frames contains an  original and very limited edition prose passage, handwritten on cobblestone-textured cream paper.

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Peeking out of this little arrangement … a hand-tinted rose made from a 1959 copy of The Winthrop Woman. A couple of flowers in linen paper, wrapped in tissue, makes a gorgeous little gift for a book lover.

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Black and White bouquet, made for this display at You’ll Be Wrapped.

Closer view – black roses and white/silver roses, and double-layered flowers.

These place-cards, which double (or triple!) as bonbonnierre and table decoration, were designed and put together collaboratively with Kelly from You’ll Be Wrapped.

Detail of single flower – jewellery wire centre and paper colour and design can be customised to suit your occasion.

You can see and order these, and lots of other clean and beautiful design ideas at 366 Charles Street, North Perth.

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Paper Roses

The right paper makes all the difference …

Every petal in these roses is individually cut and added to the flower, which gives them the individuality found in the real thing. The versatility of paper means that any colour and multiple textures can be used. Want a bouquet of black and green roses? Electric blue? No problem.

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