The easiest DIY bouquet of flowers!
All you need to make this bouquet of flowers or a lovely wreath is the contents of this set. There’s no need to cut or glue anything: everything has been perforated and creased for you, and the flower stems – the threadwire – are included. Cut the flower wire to the desired length, guide it through the perforated slits and put together your bouquet.
I got the inspiration for these flowers when I walked through a big meadow along a riverbank: there were reed panicles, thistles and lots of crazy varieties of ferns and grasses. What a beautiful combination!
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.