Soft, romantic wedding aisle flowers that can be easily attached to a chair, or hung from doors for a sweet touch. So easy, each one takes under 5 minutes to make! You can make these well in a week advance.
Step 1: Roll construction paper into a cone.
Step 2: Tape the side, or staple the top.
Step 3: Wrap a paper doily (you can buy packs at any craft store) around and tape.
Step 4: Hold punch the sides
Step 5: String sating ribbon through the hole and tie a knot. Cut off any extra ribbon.
Step 6. Put baby's breath inside. Once bunch should make 5-6 cones. Baby's breath doesn't need water and dries as is, making this a great economical and heat-resistant flower. Definitely a new trend that's still thriving this season.
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Brooklyn: Dumbo - Sunset
Brooklyn: Prospect Park - Hailing
Brooklyn: Park Slope 5th Ave Diner (a finer diner)
Philly: 19 year old Carly, found photo. Bad hair dye, bad photo.
Manhattan: Paradigm Agency - Current day Carly (sans makeup)
Manhattan: The Met - Central Park - Dahli (amazing)
The Met (Entrance by Donation) Short film by Baz Lurhman (Prada)
Chelsea Market: Grammercy Pk Flowers - Taping of TFC test pilot
Manhattan: Chelsea Market - Lentil and Vegetable Pie
Chelsea: Martha Stewart Offices (if only you could see the floor)
Chelsea: High Line park
Chelsesa: Galleries: Sculpture made of resin and painted
Chelsea: Collage Gallery
Manhattan: Subway with Matt Cylinder, a better way to travel
Chelsea: The Drunken Horse
It's been two and a half years since my little brother, the kind of hipster that is such a hipster that he hates hipsters, has moved to NYC. The Big Apple hasn't been too rough on him, and now he's skyrocketing into the real deal of the art world.
I get to see him in two days and am so excited! Stay tuned for Adventures in Appleland. Until then, check out the YouTube page to see s
The Flower Chef
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