Kore decorative paper flowers
This DIY bouquet will last many years and can be popped in the post as a letter!
Designed by Jurianne Matter, they were inspired by a riverbank walk filled with reed panicles, thistles and lots of varieties of ferns and grasses. What a beautiful combination!
All you need to make the flowers is the contents of the set. There’s no need to cut or glue anything: everything has been perforated and creased for you, and the flower stems – the thread wire – are included. Cut the flower wire to the desired length, guide it through the perforated slits and put together your bouquet. You can also add them to a simple wreath or hang from a circular garland (some images show two or three packs combined).
Kore (named for the daughter of Demeter, the Greek goddess of agriculture) is a doubly sustainable bouquet: it will never wilt and its serene palette of colours is a perfect match for every interior. Each flower can also be presented separately as an individual, subtle eye-catcher in your living room.
Additionally, Kore is the perfect gift to send someone: the flat A4 format can easily be sent in an envelope and will fit through every letterbox!
Contents: 4 cards in A4 format (9 punched-out flowers) and 6 metres of flower thread.
The biggest thistle is 8 cm in circumference when folded up.
The biggest reed panicle is 10 cm long when folded up.
The fern is 25 cm long.
Kore comes in blush, rust and duck egg grey
Kore 2 come in blush, rust, duck egg grey and ochre