party flowers

The hall­ways in our apart­ment build­ings are pret­ty dark and grim. There was a new neigh­bour who moved into the apart­ment across the hall and she hung a small flower wreath on her door, and it made such a dif­fer­ence! So, inspired by my neigh­bour, I decid­ed to make a small flower wreath for our door too! I took the idea from the flo­ral par­ty hats on Oh Hap­py Day.



A close up of the tis­sue paper flow­ers. If you look care­ful­ly you’ll see the half-ripped neigh­bour­hood watch stick­er I was attempt­ing to cov­er with the flowers.


And I actu­al­ly did make flo­ral par­ty hats. We were going to a wed­ding show­er for a friend this week — so excit­ing! I love weddings. 


The one with the bit of tulle is for the bride-to-be — here she is! :D


And us par­ty-goers :D


Cakes at the par­ty! They were as pret­ty as they were delicious.


And when we got home I con­tin­ued par­ty­ing with a friend who came over to make a col­lage thank-you card for a prof (art-mak­ing par­ties are the best kind of par­ties!), and she so kind­ly brought over some macarons!


Feel­ing total­ly spoiled!  And the card we made was so total­ly awesome!

Wish­ing you a won­der­ful Tuesday! 




4 thoughts on “party flowers

  1. wow, cool paper flow­ers!! i recent­ly found an artist who makes paper flow­ers as well and did a post on it!
    Your par­ty flow­ers prob­a­bly have the pow­er to out-par­ty your neigh­bours doors! haha!

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