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Eco-Friendly Paper Flower Bouquet made with Up-cycled Vintage Atlas Map Paper from 1963. Handmade Origami Flowers made 1 petal at a time. Each bloom is adorned with a vintage style button.

Add these Eco Friendly Flowers to your favorite vase and display in any area that needs a special something.

My flowers are sturdy and easy to care for, simply dust once in a while. Please note that due to the age of the paper there is a faint "old book" smell in the flowers. Spray them with your favorite scent if you mind, or if you like collectibles then enjoy them as they are.

You get the exact bouquet in the pictures (no vase or Atlas book included)

The bouquet consists of 4 flowers each measuring 3.25" in diameter. The length of the bouquet is 11"

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Upcycled Atlas Map Vintage Paper Kusudama Flower Bouquet- Made with paper from 1963 Readers Digest Atlas First Edition


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage paper, maps, atlas paper, wire, button, floral tape
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 52 reviews
  • Favorited by: 16 people