A new PAPER flower COURSE each month

FLORABEANE creates simple and clear video instructions so that you can enjoy the addictive craft of paper flowers.

Create gorgeous blooms for special events, decoration, or just plain craft therapy! 

Each course is produced as a video demonstration from a birds-eye view: you watch and listen to me cut, shape and glue! Once you purchase the course, access is for life!

You can return to individual steps easily again and again until you master them.

Each "buy now" link takes you to the Teachable platform, the online home of Florabeane courses.

 
 
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SEMIDOUBLE PAPER PEONIES 

Peonies are a summer flower. However, when recreated in paper, they can bloom any time of year. This is a semidouble variety. It has a look of luxury that will make your designs shine!

Florabeane has partnered with Rose Mille so that you can purchase the supplies necessary to craft the half-dozen paper peonies taught in this course! Click here for the Florabeane Crepe Paper Peony Flower Kit -- everything you need except scissors and glue!

 
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PAPER ASTERS 

Asters are the cool cousins of the chrysanthemums. Cool because they only come in cool tones--their gene pool isn't as widely sought at as the mums, which have legions more fans and breeding. Perennials, they are a herald of the autumnal season, appearing in late summer after long days and shorter nights begin. These asters make any fall arrangement complete.

 
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DINNER PLATE PAPER DAHLIAS 

Updated for a holiday half-dozen! Original course: Dahlia 'Labyrinth' arrives in summer and produces bountiful blooms until frost. This dinner plate variety produce huge flower heads prized in design and event work. Truth be told, these divas don't like to travel au natural, so florists look for local growers, and are now turning to paper as a fantastic, luxurious complement. These dahlias are hand-colored for nuance through dip-dying.