DIY Flower Origami

with Perennial

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Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have colorful flowers in your home that didn’t die or need water? Come learn to make your own flowers using origami – the art of paper folding, and create fabulously fun flowers that last more than a season. In this class you’ll learn to fold three different types of flowers from “reclaimed” paper- including books, catalogs, magazines, comics, maps, etc. You’ll then arrange your flowers onto a fun garland to hang in your home. And with your new knowledge of flower folding you’ll be able to create endless bouquets of fun flowers after class. Participants are welcome to bring their own catalogs/books/papers to fold into flowers as well as a frame in a shape they prefer for their wreath.


Materials saved from the landfill:
catalogs, magazines, comics, maps

What's Provided

All materials provided.

What You Can Expect
  • origami
  • garland
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Perennial

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Perennial is a community workshop + store that transforms trash into creatively restored objects and teaches the St. Louis community how to do the same.

For more information visit www.perennialstl.org or call 314-832-2288.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Kathyrne M.
    Reviewed on 11/05/17

    Loved this class. I never thought of using old magazines for origami. It works and is some much cheaper than buying special paper. Also liked the idea of making origami flowers for an arrangement in a vase or as garland. Also cheaper and more fun than artificial flowers. I loved taking the class in the new Perennial space, We only had two students in our class but I liked the individual attention and got to make a new acquaintance.

    Loved this class. I never thought of using old magazines for origami. It works and is some much cheaper than buying special paper. Also liked the idea of making origami flowers for an arrangement in a vase or as garland. Also cheaper and more fun than artificial flowers. I loved taking the class in the new Perennial space, We only had two students in our class but I liked the individual attention and got to make a new acquaintance.

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