Celebrate summer year round with this collection of paper flowers, including our premium English Garden Rose tutorial. With so many ways to modify hollyhocks, dahlias, daisies, and more, you can create entire arrangements and bouquets that invoke sunshine and warmth.
Even better, you can save during our Black Friday Sale! Our entire collection is discounted.
To save even more, bundle with our Summer Collection. You’ll have access to seven paper flower tutorials for only $165 instead of $355. These cover ten blooms that can be modified to create even more varieties.
Let’s dive into what you’ll receive:
English Garden Rose Tutorial
What’s more classic than an English Garden Rose? Nothing, that’s what! Quynh teamed up with watercolorist Sarah Simon of The Mint Gardener to develop this tutorial. You’ll learn how to use two types of crepe paper, plus how to color and form garden roses petals and their foliage. We’ve...
Our extensive lineup of spring paper flower tutorials covers a wide range of techniques that you can use to unleash your creativity. This collection includes two premium tutorials, Coral Charm Peony and Cherry Blossom, as well as many other favorites like magnolia, lily, tulip, and ranunculus.
You can save on all of these tutorials during our Black Friday Sale! Our entire library is on sale, but our collections offer a bigger discount.
The sale ends December 2—which is your last chance to buy any of these courses. While you will have lifetime access to anything purchased by that date, we are closing sales at that time as I shift focus to the next chapter of my teaching career.
The Spring Collection is expansive and quite a deal. You’ll have access to eight paper flower tutorials for only $200 instead of $400. This covers twelve flowers and plants!
Let’s look at what’s included:
Coral Charm Peony Tutorial
Join Quynh to learn how to make the...
Bring the autumn wonderland inside with our bundle of fall paper flower tutorials. Brighten your home with a forest of mushrooms, pumpkin vines, or sunflowers, and use these techniques to create even more colorful fun.
And right now you can save during our Black Friday Sale! All of our tutorials are discounted until December 2. Anything purchased by that date will continue to be accessible, but sales will close.
Save even more by bundling. To celebrate autumn, explore our Fall Collection. You’ll have access to three tutorials for only $65 instead of $135.
Let’s take a look at what’s included:
Learn how to make funky and fun mushrooms, including those frilly, fancy gills. Use our mushroom tutorial to make fungi at every stage of their lives. For those with luxurious gills, we have a minimally fussy method that will make them come together in a snap. Try making a whole mushroom colony—it’s the kind of magical mantel display that...
The rose is such a classic bloom, it’s no wonder that so many paper florists love creating this flower. We have three tutorials that will make three stunning varieties of rose and can be adapted to create something completely new with the skills you will learn.
This is your last chance to purchase our paper flower tutorials, as they will be archived after December 2. You’ll have lifetime access to anything purchased by that date.
Even better—save during our Black Friday Sale! Our entire collection is discounted until December 2.
If you are a rose lover, be sure to check out our Rose Collection. You’ll have access to three stunning rose tutorials for only $75 instead of $155. Save $80 on this collection!
Let’s look at what’s included:
English Garden Rose Tutorial
Learn how to create a classy English Garden Rose, including watercolor techniques from an expert.
What’s more classic than an English Garden Rose? Nothing, that’s what!...
The Posey Box is changing as I pivot to new avenues of paper florist education.
This will be your last chance to buy any Posey Box paper flower tutorials that you haven’t added to your collection yet. You’ll have lifetime access to any tutorial purchased before our closing date, December 2, 2022.
And right now you can save 50% or more during our Black Friday Sale 2022!
Save the most by bundling with one of our collections. You can get our entire library of tutorials, or you can dive into a particular genre.
The Entire Posey Box Collection - $497 (reg $1050)
Don’t miss anything! Get lifetime access to 22 tutorials. Since we suggest ways to adapt the tutorials to create other flowers or variations, you will have an entire garden’s worth of blooms and plants to create.
The Rose Collection - $75 (reg $155)
Learn how to create various hybrid tea, garden, and climbing roses with this comprehensive collection, including our premium English Garden...
Nothing heralds the beginning of spring quite like clouds of pink cherry blossoms arching overhead. I love to stand under cherry trees and watch the little petals flutter to the ground like a cascade of candy-colored rain.
To celebrate these delicate and short-lived blossoms, I’ve put together a cherry blossom paper flower tutorial that will bring a piece of spring into your home. These cheerful, tiny blooms are exactly what my home needs after a long, chilly winter. I can’t wait to share it with you!
I’ve been passionate about paper cherry blossoms for a long time. A few years ago I even created six cherry blossom installations for stores around Seattle—which you can read more about here. Even after cutting thousands of those little petals, I’m still in love with these beauties.
That’s why I’ve worked hard to bring you an easy to use cherry blossom tutorial that will guide you every step of the way. I want to share the love!
The yule log (or Buche de Noel in French) has a fascinating history. It’s a custom that is believed to have originated in European pagan midwinter festivals, in which communities would come together to light bonfires in celebration of the shortest day of the year and the longer days to come. Over time, this tradition evolved, and it became customary to burn a huge log in the fireplace to create a bright, warm, cozy Christmas celebration. Today, it’s easy to forget that your average peasant wouldn’t have had access to much light during those longer winter nights. Wood takes time and effort to gather, and candles cost money. To fill a night with blazing light would have seemed like a rare luxury.
You may be more familiar with the yule log, (or Buche de Noel in French), as a sometimes elegant, sometimes delightfully quirky holiday desert. Imaginative bakers decorate frosted sponge cake rolls to look like logs, often adorning the beautiful cakes with meringue...
For November’s paper flower tutorial, Quynh assigned me the happy task of creating a magnolia tutorial. The goal for this project was to create a magnolia branch that was small enough to arrange easily with other flowers, but that would still allow us to pack on a lot of blooms and buds. My first thought was to simply scale down a standard pink magnolia, but I became interested in the idea of creating a dwarf specimen with crepe. Often, dwarf varieties of plants are less willowy and elongated, and more dense and packed-in. What would that look like for a magnolia?
I turned to Pinterest and found magnolia bonsai images with thick, twisty, ancient-looking bark, and I became obsessed with recreating that gnarled, weathered, and mossy effect. Several partial branches later, I settled on a few texture and color techniques that I think really elevate this paper flower tutorial.
But to me, the cherry on top of this piece is the little fuzzy green buds that are waiting to open....