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How to know HOW many paper flowers you need to make in one paper flower wall?

First, to give context on the release of this series of "Educational paper flower wall videos", I want to give an update on the year that has been– I know we're a month and a half in 2023 but I was so occupied with finishing my back projects and unexpected ones during the start of the year 😅 that it's only these past few days was I able to take a breather 😀


2022 has been a good year for Deaney Weaney Blooms, most especially in the local scene here in Rochester, New York. I was able to participate in a number of local artisan markets and had good results and I was also able to create a number of paper flower walls for local couples and events. It was really exciting but at the same time, tiring and exhausting. Hence, a few weeks before 2021 ended, I decided to go back to my roots and focus more on digital content. And so for this year, one of my goals is to be able to tell stories and lessons from my experiences in the projects that I did last year.


For a very long time, I have been wanting to create a video series detailing a systematic method I have built for my paper flower projects, most especially on how to tackle a DIY/ Do-it-yourself paper flower wall or a paper flower backdrop. And I am so proud that finally, this month, I was able to start the series' overview!





There will definitely be more videos similar to this so don't forget to like and subscribe to my Youtube channel.


Cheers!


Lots of love and flowers,

Deaney



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