Friday, May 27, 2011

Paper Corsages and Boutonnieres

Hello! I'm back. Today was the last day of school, so I should have a little more time for crafting and blogging now. Anyway, the project I'm sharing is one that I did for school. The eighth grade teacher asked me to make corsages and boutonnieres for the students to give to their parents during the parent tribute at eighth grade graduation. I was happy to do it. It was a LOT of work to make all of them, but I love how they turned out.
Their class colors were silver and emerald green, hence the green flowers, and silver ribbon.
I'm linked up to Designer Garden, 36th Avenue, Thirty Handmade Days, and Sassy Sites, and Tatertots and Jello.

4 comments:

lilly ruth said...

WHOA that is a TON of flowers! You must be very good, and enjoy it a lot to do so many that look so pretty!

Carissa J said...

Holy cow! How long did it take you to make all of those? That's amazing!

Kristina said...

And not all the boutonnieres made it into the picture. It took me hours and hours...lots of late nights and early mornings. But they were appreciated, so that's good.

mrscamacho said...

those are beautiful!! I hope you are not doing too-too many freebie favors these days, now that you're all official-like with an Etsy shop at all! Your work is worth paying for!