Folded Paper flowers attached to actual branches making an almost lifelike permanent installation
Origami Horse, 8 Petal flower and Crane
All folded from salvaged paper from the recycling - normal book page, old maps and music sheet notes
Origam Lily branchs
Using white paper and then creating the colour accent with spray-paint. Each bloom is then attached to an actual branch. The rolled books work very well as a base for the flowers. It's quite fun to intersperse the blooms with gold cubes/rhomboids on gold sticks
Golden Origami Cranes
Folding Folding Folding
Origami Paper Lily
Origami si wonderfully structural with clean lines and looks great when mixed with more contemporary patterns and backgrounds
1000 Paper Cranes
Legend has it this meant to bring the bride goodluck on her wedding day
Origami Paper Cubes
These Cubes are fantastic to use for unique packaging - any colour and paper combinations can be used as the cube is actually made up of 6 different folded pieces.
Rolled books and Popup Cards
The rolled books are an ideal way to create a base for flowers and displays on your tables. The Popup Cards are a fun and unique favour for your guests that they definately won't just throw away.
Giant Origami Horse
This guy stands 1.8m high. I love making giant origami things - get in touch if it's soemthing your are keen on
Book Page Bunting - dip dyed
Using actual book pages and dip-dyeing them in colour give you an interesting and less twee take on bunting. Fun to tell me your favourite books and I can try to find them to use.
Please note that these do not turn in the wind like the imported Chinese made plastic ones.
Paper Fortune cookies
Packaged in a Consol Glass jar these make for a fun gift to a friend or to put on a table at your event.
Pinwheel Paper Flowers
Origami Table Decor
Paper Origami Lilies on actual twigs
Origami Totem Poles
Crazy Origami Arrangement
A fun and slightly nutty alternative 'Flower Arrangement' for special occassions
Paper Wall Decor
Various shapes, fans and pouffy flowers can be made on requests. though the chinese options seem to beat us every time
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