Paper Poppies

Paper Poppies

Handmade paper poppies, inspired by the Iceland Poppies varieties in bright tones.

These paper blooms are lovingly handcrafted individually using high-quality crepe paper, each of them is a bit unique in its own way and created to the last.


The stems are made of wire that can be cut (you will need some pliers or wire cutters for that) and bent into shape.

The flower heads are between 7-9 cm wide, and the stems are approx 30-35 cm tall (including the flower head portion).

Displaying these blooms is easy,  they look great in slim vases whether together or dotted around and they will make a great seasonal addition to your dried flowers arrangements. They pair well with palms and grasses, adding a pop of color.

I can also see them being part of a bridal bouquet or just simply worn as a solo bunch while walking down the aisle.

The flowers will be made to order, please send me a note with your color preference or leave it up to me to create a mixed color bunch for you. The options are Orange, Yellow, White, Soft Coral,  Scarlet Red, Coral, and Pink.

The production time is between 3 and 7 working days depending on work volume, but I will contact you with an update on the progress and dispatch date. For urgent orders or different quantities, please send me a message prior to purchase and I will be happy to help you.

The flowers will come wrapped in tissue paper with care instructions and if you would like to send them as a present please include your message at the checkout.

All my pictures are taken under natural light in an effort to show the real tones of the flowers but please note that the colors can vary depending on your color monitor settings.

  • -How long will paper flowers last -

    With simple care your flowers can last many years, however, they are delicate pieces and sensitive to the pass of time.

    The main factors that affect them are sunlight and moisture. To get the most of your arrangement, keep them out from long exposures to direct sunlight and away from humidity. Never expose them to rain or water as they will get damaged.