Paper Flower Note Cards (9784805315576)

Current Stock:
Tuttle Publishing
Hardcover, Jacketed
Date Published:
Over 30 projects; color photos
Number of Pages:
Trim Size:
7 1/2 X 10

Create your own elegant greeting cards with the beauty of lifelike paper flowers!

Paper Flower Note Cards provides all the information you need. With just scissors, craft glue and a few sheets of colorful heavyweight paper, anyone can create stunning floral gift cards, gift toppers and place cards in no time at all!

Emiko Yamamoto's simple step-by-step instructions explain how to cut and assemble each card for flawless results every time. Templates provided in the back of the book are reusable and allow you to reproduce the designs many times.

This collection includes more than 30 dazzling designs for creative notes and floral decorations:
  • Pop-up cards with petals that gently splay when the card is opened
  • Decorative cards with three-dimensional flowers across the surface
  • Elegant & subtle floral silhouette cards
  • Cards for specific occasions like birthdays, weddings, baby showers, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, Halloween or Christmas
  • Seasonal cards that can be customized for any occasion year round

At the heart of each design is a beautiful flower, and there are many to choose from
  • Rose
  • Peony
  • Carnation
  • Hydrangea
  • Cosmos
  • Morning glory
  • Sunflower
  • Poinsettia
  • And more!

You'll dazzle your friends and family with these handmade works of art!

About the Author:
Emiko Yamamoto is a graduate of Nagoya University of the Arts, where she first created and exhibited elaborate paper artworks. Her experience there sparked an abiding love of dramatic three-dimensional artworks made from paper. Emiko's creations have been featured in exhibitions throughout Japan, including at the Nagoya Airport, Marriott hotels and Toyota. She is continually developing new forms of expression with paper as the medium, including paper models featuring illustrations and large-scale paper installations. Emiko is president of the Paper Decoration Association in Japan, where she lives and gives paper crafting workshops.