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I went to a flower making class last night taught by Anandamayi Arnold. She is a paper genius. I loved every second. She only teaches classes a few times a year at Castle in the Air. Last night I made a carnation, a daffodil, and a baby rose.
March 24, 200910:01 am
these are too charming!!
March 24, 200910:03 am
Pretty! Good work.
I wish St. Louis had cool stuff like this…
Elena (Tickled Pink Knits)
March 24, 200910:09 am
March 24, 200910:11 am
so pretty, jordan!
March 24, 200910:12 am
ps. i want to move to SF and go to these classes with you
March 24, 200910:19 am
So jealous! Those are so pretty.
March 24, 200910:26 am
March 24, 200910:27 am
super sweet and super fun. I can’t wait to see what you do with them
March 24, 200910:32 am
so lovely! i’m very impressed!
Marie-eve @ LAKE JANE.com
wow, these are incredible Jordan!!
March 24, 200910:33 am
How pretty! Now, will YOU teach?
wide open spaces
March 24, 200910:37 am
I just bought the paper poppy kit from paper source. I love paper floweres and can’t wait to get them finished…I think I’m stalling as I’m scared that mine won’t look how they look on the package!
March 24, 200910:50 am
beautiful! i’ve known Anandamayi since elementary school
March 24, 200911:12 am
those are amazing!
March 24, 200911:27 am
oh so sweet.very nicely done.
March 24, 200911:47 am
So pretty! It reminds me of the roses and carnations my grandma used to make (and taught me, too).
March 24, 200911:51 am
I’m very impressed! So pretty!
March 24, 20091:46 pm
March 24, 20092:08 pm
ever so lovely and they will never wilt!
March 24, 20092:26 pm
WOW – loving these! So inspirational – I wish I lived in SF to take the next offering
March 24, 20092:35 pm
I’ve been doing these for years and yours are better than mine on the first try. wow!
March 24, 20095:20 pm
wow those are incredible!
March 24, 200910:20 pm
what kind of camera and settings did you use for these shots?
March 25, 20092:00 am
March 29, 20099:50 am
Can you offer any how-tos or instructions on crafting our own paper flowers? I’d really appreciate it!
April 6, 20095:58 am
November 22, 20099:29 pm
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January 16, 20105:56 am
Your paper flowers look awesome. just curious to know the procedure for creating it in your upcoming blog. Thanks for sharing it.
March 31, 20106:06 am
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