Wednesday, April 1, 2009

La Fleur de Papier

Just how cool is this? Or what about this?
What if I told you that these lovely roses are in fact handmade from paper and cost a whole $5-$7? I imagine there'd be rioting in the streets from excitement but I shall face that fear and admit that yes it's all true.

Yesterday I received a slightly locationally challenged parcel that contained my own delicate pink paper rose. Forgive the crappy picture. The kitchen table does not give good light:I'm still amazed at just how gorgeous it is in real life. The paper petals look so delicate, the color blending is amazing and it has a lovely not too overpowering rose scent added. Even my husband was impressed.

We used to grow roses when I was younger and these remind me a million times more of the wonderful color patters we'd get on our bushes than anything I've seen in a silk flower.

Just how does one go about getting their own little marvel? Why from La Fleur de Papier.

If anyone out there is still planning a wedding or even wants your own little rose but aren't so big into silk you really got to check these out. I tipped Pissed off Bride to it as a possible guestbook pen but it works well for so many different ways. Mine is currently sitting in its own vase on the kitchen table.

I know I'm gushing a bit but they really are quite amazing to behold and their crafter is really sweet. Hm, I wonder if she could do something in blue . . .

7 comments:

Chesney said...

These look so real, but if I got my hands on them they would definitely not look real LOL

AmyJean said...

Those aren't real?! WOW!! they are pretty awesome!
RelentlessBride

Hannah Noel said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog!

Those roses are soo real looking!

Linda said...

Gorgeous. Also a good idea for a mother's day or birthday gift.

Kelley at My Island Wedding said...

Sorry, but these are real. I just don't believe it!!!

Wow!

Jenna said...

I agree with a previous commenter, wonderful mother's day gift idea!

melissa said...

Wow, fooled me. I thought they were reall.