Paper Flowers

Something new for me today, paper flowers.  This is the first attempt at a technique called “tea bag folding” (I don’t know why it’s called that) and I think it’s not too bad for a the first try! I think I’ll make some more of these in different sizes and from different paper so I have a whole bunch of them with which to decorate my desk.

What do you think?

DSC_1633 DSC_1630 (1) DSC_1629If you would like to have a go yourself, this site will show you how. Happy folding!








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