Full Bloom Rose

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Full Bloom Rose

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Our first style is here of our paper crepe flowers! A classic fully bloomed rose in a mix of pink and coral. Paper crepe flowers are worth the investment because they can last for a year or more with proper care and are also sustainable once their use has been satisfied. Available individually or with a 5 inch, 7.5 inch, or 10 inch vase. More styles and colors to come!

Care instructions: Paper flowers are relatively low maintenance and durable, but there are ways you can make sure your flowers continue to look their best.

Avoid continuous exposure to direct sunlight

Avoid placing your crepe flowers in direct sunlight and artificial light as this can fade the color. To be safe, I recommend placing your flowers in an area with indirect light. Avoid positions directly in front of windows where sunlight is usually strongest or even directly under particular types of artificial lighting. If you're worried about fading, rotate your arrangement periodically or move it to a new location every now and then!

Avoid severe fluctuations of temperatures and humidity

Crepe paper is essentially many layers of fine tissue paper fused together which makes it very sensitive to moisture! If you've ever used a paper towel and then let it dry, you know that it stiffens up. This is what will happen to your flowers too. It's best to not get them wet, and even better to keep them away from rooms that have big swings in humidity levels (like attics, basements, and bathrooms). 

Dusting

I find that a soft shake usually takes care of any dust that settles on paper flowers. You can also use canned air as long as you are careful to hold it far enough away and not let any moisture touch the paper. If you're extraordinarily anti-dust, you can also use a soft paint brush to get into the grooves of the paper. I would not recommend using anything that could snag on the crepe though—like a Swiffer duster—or you'll end up with more things to clean than you started with.

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