Interior Decor: Mastering the Art of Paper Flower Making
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Intro to the class3:25
Creating a Paper Flower Dahlia13:10
Creating a Dogwood13:41
Making the Paper Rose Step by Step13:10
How to Make Your Floral Arrangement and Conclusion10:21
About This Class
Are you a self-described Black Thumb? Fret no more! Learn a new set of skills by creating flowers that never die--flowers made from paper!
This class is for anyone interested in paper and flowers especially those who want to use their skills for working in flower arranging or just making a casual bouquet for home decor, or to give as homemade gifts.
In this online class on Skillshare, you'll learn how to create three different varieties of paper flowers and greenery, culminating in a flower arrangement that you'll put together yourself.
Topics covered in this class include:
- the basics of working with paper
- the basics of flower parts
- paper flower assembly of 3 different flowers
- assembly of greenery
- the basics of flower arranging
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Brittany's flower skills are amazing! Great information and how to videos. Learned a lot.
When I saw that Brittany Jepsen will share her skill on a class I was among the first ones to enroll because I really like the paper flowers she is making and wanted to know how they where done. Her class is great and not only there are videos but also templates and written instructions so anyone can learn very easy. I enjoyed this great class and now I know how to make paper flowers :)
I LOVE flowers! And I'm most happy that they have become my life.
I have a master's in interior design and started making paper flowers for the COP15 climate conference event at the Royal Danish Embassy in Washington, DC in 2009. Shortly after that, I got married and created a reception made of oversized paper flowers. The flowers I made for my wedding took off and I started creating flowers for different events and photoshoots. They were even featured in Vogue for the Royal Wedding in England!
In addition to creating my own paper flowers, I have shown how to create them all around like world: from Denmark to the Today Show to Anthropologie.
I currently run the DIY/lifestyle blog The House That Lars Built, where I teach people how to make projects that will beautify their homes. Because of this, I have developed relationships with companies to create DIYs for their brand including Haagen Dazs, MSN, and Laura Ashley.