Paper Flower Tabletop Designs
Handcrafted paper flowers are the perfect alternative to traditional flowers. They never go bad and you can use them for multiple occassions throughout the year. They make the perfect unique gift for anyone who loves having pretty things around.
In addition to including them in your own everyday home decor, use them for house warming gifts, baby showers, bridal showers, birthday gifts, holiday gifts, special occasion centerpieces the list is endless.
I use 65lb cardstock paper and individually hand roll or hand cut and assemble each flower. The items pictured are examples of the possibilities.
Small Tabletop measures 6" long x 6" wide (Autumn centerpieces pictured)
Large Tabletop measures 12" long x 6" wide
*Flowers range in number and size (from 1.5" up to 3") based on your preference.
How to purchase: Select the size of design you would like from the list below and complete the personalization field to let me know what color pallete/design you would like, remember to include your email address so I can contact you with questions. Its that easy!!
NOTE: If there is a different type of paper flower product you would like, simply message me PRIOR to making any purchase so we can discuss design and cost. For custom product pieces, the final item cost will depend on the level of design, type of product and time it takes to create.
Custom designs are not eligible for refunds.
Exchanges: Please contact me directly within 14 days of product receipt if you have any quality concerns. Items will need to be shipped back within: 30 days of delivery.
Your order will be made and shipped within 2 weeks. Each piece is shipped USPS and will be packaged to keep the product safe from weather and shipping damage.
If you have a specific need by date, please send me a message PRIOR to purchasing to make sure it can be done for you in time.
Larger orders may require additional design/craft time to complete. In these cases, I will make sure to communicate the expected delivery time. Please message me with any timeline concerns.