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If you’ve been following the blog closely, you may remember that I have a terrible black thumb. You may also remember a lovely flower-lined mirror DIY that I posted a few months ago. Both of those things play heavily into why I have my eye on these paper flower bouquet kits from Paper Source.

paper flower bouquets

They’re fantastically life-like and ornate for paper, aren’t they? And aside from the effort you put in up-front to make them, there’s no work or maintenance required. Technically, I think they’re intended for weddings and parties, but I bet some blooms from the bouquet kits would look smashing around a mirror. And hey, if you have a pollen allergy, there’s no risk of these paper petals giving you the sniffles, so everything’s coming up roses.

6 Responses

  1. MizzyD says:

    Much prettier than the egg-carton flowers you posted earlier! I'm getting some of these!

    • Briana@HGTV says:

      Aren't they sweet? I'm thinking of making those orchids for my desk at work. Flowers I can keep "alive" for longer than a month? Yay!

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    Flowers may facilitate outcrossing (fusion of sperm and eggs from different individuals in a population) or allow selfing (fusion of sperm and egg from the same flower). Some flowers produce diaspores without fertilization (parthenocarpy).

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Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...


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