We believe in the value of one of a kind pieces made by hand as our world moves steadily into mass production.
We have a passion for nature and paper and finding the line where these two things can meet and come together.
I'm a botanical artist and educator living and working in Washington, DC.
I've always loved all things botanical but couldn't keep a plant alive to save my life.
I came to paper flowers in an unusual way.
A dramatic but true statement.
After the birth of my oldest child, I was desperate for an outlet that had nothing to do with my new role as a mother. I was merely existing and flailing in the depths of postpartum depression. In my darkest hour, I needed something to hold onto and making paper flowers in the floor of a nursery ended up being it. I made a paper flower every day for a year. It became a ritual. The ultimate self care. I had finally found light amongst the darkness.