Welcome to the November Posey Box! 

This month’s magnolia tutorial is inspired by Chinese brush paintings of tiny, knobbly bonsai branches covered in pale, pink blooms. Our aim was to give you a miniature magnolia branch that will arrange easily with other flowers. It will look spectacular paired with parrot tulips or climbing roses. 

Techniques you’ll learn this month:

  • Making interesting knots on branches.
  • Creating fuzzy buds that can easily be turned into pussy willows.

Don’t forget that your membership to The Posey Box includes a LIVE Zoom Workshop. Kate and I will show you how to make the Magnolia leaf buds, so mark your calendar for November 11th for the Gathering and November 25th for the Live Workshop!

Difficulty Level from 1 to 5, with 5 being the hardest:  4

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Let The Posey Box guide and help you elevate your paper floristry.

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Join Kate and Quynh and learn how to make these fun mushrooms!

 

Kate and Quynh will guide you step by step with our in depth video tutorials. We’ll show you how to use delicate yet strong 90gsm crepe paper to form fine details on the mushroom’s skirt and delicate gills. And don’t fret! We’ve developed an easy method to create flexible paper mache caps that remain sturdy, as well as a minimally fussy way to make gills. Anyone from beginner to expert will love this DIY project!

After you’ve created one, you won’t be able to stop. An entire mushroom colony can sprout from your mantelpiece as a stunning piece of home decor that will look fantastic from autumn to winter to spring.

How to Choose the Right Crepe Paper for Foliage

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Ready to make the Giant Wall Flowers with The Posey Box?