Friday, April 19, 2013

Branching Out Centerpieces

I take every chance to get creative at work.  These budget friendly centerpieces were made for a Chamber of Commerce event.  They were made from some branches, paper rosettes, plaster of paris, some decorative swirly things from the craft store, and fake grass.  I must say that they were perfect for the event.  I am hoping that there will be another time I can make these because rolling all of the paper flowers were actually relaxing, really.  I love that each one is unique and not two of them came out the same.  The lovely power of nature and a little bit of paper and glue.  These would be great for a wedding, shower, or for the home.  
rosette1 rosette2
rosette3 rosette4 rosette5 rosette6

Do something crafty, do something for others, do something positive.
Have a great weekend!


Closet Fashionista said...

Those are soooo pretty! I love how they look :D

LyddieGal said...

those are really really cute!! You know what I saw the other day? Lighted tree branches! Wouldn't that be awesome, especially for an evening event?
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Laura Go said...

you are freaking creative, Christine! let's have a crafternoon date sometime ;)

I love these flowers! my fave is the sea blue one.
♥ laura
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Elisse said...

Now I understand why you made all those flowers on Instagram! These centerpieces are gorgeous! I'm sure they received a ton of compliments at the event :) Happy Friday!

nancy @ adore to adorn said...

these are so cute. i love the different colors!

Alexandra Shook said...

These are so lovely and springy!

Sunny & Star said...

These are so pretty. They would make beautiful center pieces. I may just make one of these for my office.


Mimi said...

Wow, these are done so well! What a neat inexpensive way to add something special to a table:)

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Geraldine Chua said...

Oh wow these are great! Please share how to make them :)

x Gi

Nnenna said...

These are so pretty- well done! :)

lisacng @ said...

Perfect for the Chamber of Commerce. Beautiful, but still professional, ya know, for those uptight politicians ;).

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