This thoroughly modern craft book details how to create stunning houseplants from paper and other easy-to-find materials. In search of a houseplant you truly can't kill? Handmade Houseplants includes 30 projects for making the trendiest houseplants - like monstera, fiddle leaf figs, and philodendrons - from paper. Every project features fully illustrated step-by-step instructions.
The book also includes patterns for each plant. Packed with hundreds of stylish, Instagram-worthy photos, this is a must-have for crafters and houseplant collectors everywhere.
256 Colour Photographs
About the Author
Corrie Beth Hogg is a lifelong artist, crafter, and designer. She is the special projects designer for David Stark Design. Her work has been seen in many magazines and newspapers, including Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, Domino, InStyle, The New York Times, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Anthology, and more. Her projects have also been featured on The Today Show, Live From The Couch, Martha, and E! News. Online, she ideates, crafts, photographs, and writes DIY blog posts on David Stark's behalf for Design Sponge, Remodelista, Lonny, Apartment Therapy, Style By Emily Henderson, and more.
"Corrie infuses fun and whimsy into everything she touches. . . . That energy is infectious and is felt throughout this delightful book." --David Stark, president of David Stark Design and Production
"Corrie's talent blooms in this book, which takes ordinary houseplants and transforms them into something both gorgeous and unique." --Darcy Miller, author, crafter, illustrator, and founder of Darcy Miller Designs
"30 plant replicas--including both the familiar and the rare--are surprisingly realistic. Even better are the very thorough step-by-step photographs for each variety. . . . Fake plants were never so appealing." --Booklist starred review
"Calling all green thumbs and crafty hands. . . Handmade Houseplants is a worthwhile how-to guide, with easy to decipher instructions that are exact and forgiving, for even the most artistically challenged of us." --Hello Yellow Room
"Making paper plants offers a fun alternative to the usual houseplant gift for those friends and family members who don't have a green thumb." --Made by You Magazine