Handmade paper flowers from The Green Vase + a new shop!

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We’ve been quietly obsessed with the paper flowers made by The Green Vase for a long time. And now you can buy them! Directly from their brand new shop! So convenient it’s a little scary.

Here’s some of their installation work to get you excited:

And a few of the pretty flowers you can buy this minute, if you’re so inclined:

They’re not inexpensive, but the quality is divine and you can save them for a long time as a pretty keepsake of whatever event you might need them for. Need, being the operative word.

Or if you love this look, but don’t think you can swing the price of paper flowers crafted by experts, try this video tutorial for paper poppies and peonies and this text tutorial for a paper flower bouquet from Martha, or this Origami cherry blossom tutorial from the Flirty Guide.

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La-La Linh on Apr 6, 2011

These are amazing! BY FAR the BEST paper flowers I have seen yet. Thanks for the tutoring and video. Super helpful :)

Samantha on Apr 6, 2011

oh my gosh...these are just stunning! I can't believe they're made of paper!!

Danielle on Apr 6, 2011

Love, Love, Love, Love! I can dream up a million ways to play with these lovelies!

Shawn on Apr 6, 2011

These are nice with a great tutorial and really enjoyed seeing them on the Martha Stewart show but I'm getting my bouquet from www.TheCrimsonPoppy.com , they're flowers are absolutely incredible and more in my price range.

ArticulateArt on Apr 6, 2011

These are beautiful! I almost thought some of them were real!!!

Kevin on Apr 6, 2011

Gorgeous! 100%

erin * sparkle & hay on Apr 6, 2011

oh i have such a soft spot for paper flowers - love these!

Jackie on Apr 6, 2011

Those flowers are absolutely stunning! The colours are beautiful!

Sarah (A Paper Proposal) on Apr 6, 2011

They're so realistic! There's something about fresh flowers that I just love, but I do like the idea of keeping the paper flowers forever. I dried some flowers from my bouquet, bit I honestly don't know what to do with them now!

Lacey @ Lacey Wagner Events on Apr 6, 2011

you read my mind! Just what I have been looking for. Thanks!

jaclyn @ thelateafternoon on Apr 6, 2011

these flowers look so real! what a great way to add flowers to your home without having to worry about wilting flowers or watering :)!

naomi on Apr 6, 2011

These are stunning...what a great look!

Emma Sharkey on Apr 7, 2011

Incredibly beautiful. I can't believe the intricate detail in these flowers!

pistachio on Apr 7, 2011

Those flowers are so nicely done that I thought they were real!

jenn {bow tie & bustle} on Apr 8, 2011

I thought I already had a wicked obsession with paper details, but this post sent me over the edge! So gorgeous!

Mihai Rosu on Apr 10, 2011

Hi there. About this post, it's really nice.Thanks for posting it.Those informations will be helphul when i'll get married.

Wholesale Flowers Co on Jun 10, 2011

The flowers are so real looking! Beautiful!

how to get more website traffic on Oct 24, 2011

Hey there guys, newbie here. I’ve lurked about here for slightly although and thought I’d take part in! Looks like you’ve got quite a great spot here

Beth on Nov 6, 2012

Those are lovely! Personally, I don't have that sort of money to spend on paper flowers. :( But I did find a site (www.cardstockgarden.weebly.com) and was pleasantly surprised to find the flowers were both affordable and Canadian! (I don't know if there are any other Canadians here, but personally I get so sick of expensive shipping.)

Melbourneflorist on Jan 27, 2013

This is great...I like paper art !! Thanks for sharing ideas... Melbourne florist

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