In My Studio Garden...

…grow paper peonies.

I made these stylized flower wands using bleached and unbleached coffee filters, twine, satin and organza ribbons, lace, sparkling rhinestones, and double winged butterflies, made from beautiful embossed white papers.

A bouquet of paper flowers in shades of creamy whites, old linen, coffee bean, and toffee ~ the natural and soft palette for this collection ~ was the result.

They are precious gathered in small bunches in wire baskets for a woodland outdoor party or randomly placed on rustic farm tables.

Indoors they are charming as well, placed in terra cotta pots wrapped in crocheted doilies and twine and sitting on a vintage desk.

In a few weeks I will be attending an art retreat in the foot hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina. This Once Upon A Dream prairie fairy tale event is destined to be “a dream” for all those who attend! {For details you can click the link on my side bar.}

I will be participating as a vendor at the welcome night at The Crest Pavilion and this is one of my new collections I will be selling, as a homage to the prairie~tale theme of the art weekend. Vendor night is open to the public so any of you who are in the area, please stop by to say hello ~ I’d love to meet you in person.

Thanks so much for your visit.

Ciao amici,

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Hooking up with White Wednesday and Good Life Wednesday today.


Grace said...

Ciao Cara! I can not wait to meet you in person in few weeks and can't wait to see all your beautiful creations! These are gorgeous. See you on the Praire little Fairy! Grace xoox

Monica said...

Hehe... you made them, then!:)) Really lovely!
Sending hugs,
Monica xo

Shari Replogle said...

Love the peonies Suzanne! Will you be at Country Living Atlanta this year?

Margie said...

Love em Suzanne! Can't wait to see what you return with from the art retreat. Goody!

Italian Girl in Georgia said...

Looking forward to meeting you too, Grace.

Monica, you are the queen of paper flowers!

Shari, yes, I will see you and your beautiful creations at the Country Living Fair in Atlanta.

Hey Sweet Margie, thanks for your enthusiasm all the time!

victoriantailor said...

Very Pretty, I like the lace tied on the clay pot, Where is your Italian family from? Mine, Durogio, Calabria, Celeste, The Victorian Tailor

Fleur de Bee said...

To die for!!!! Swoon!

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