Author(s): Kelsey Elam
Paper flowers are cropping up everywhere, taking centre stage in upmarket window displays and bringing pops of colour to winter weddings. They make a great impact, and offer an uplifting hit of colour at times when real flowers are scarce or too expensive. Best of all, they're easy and enjoyable to make. 100 Simple Paper Flowers shows you how to put together dozens of ideas. With templates and projects, discover how a handful of techniques can work across the board, whether you want a bunch of daisies for your desk or an outsize bouquet of lilies for an event.
Kelsey Elam (Missouri, USA) is the paper artist behind the company Moonflora, which makes and ships exquisite, minutely detailed paper flowers made from hand-dyed papers and tissue all over the United States. Her work has featured on DesignSponge and she was a nominee in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made awards. She lives in Springfield, Missouri.