Creator: Katrin Shumakov
Complexity: simple - medium
Paper: 1 (1 flower) sheet(s)
Convallaria, known as Lily-of-the-Valley, is one of very favorite plants of many folks, its modest fragrant white ‘bells’ keep an inexplicable charm. Little, nodding, white, bell-shaped flowers arranged up in a cluster on one side of a leafless stalk and accompanied by glossy broadly-ovate leaves. As a symbol of innocence and love, the delicate flowers are often used in wedding bouquets. These flowers traditionally associated with May, when they appear in woods and gardens. You can fold this beauty from paper, and this dainty delight will be a long-lived treat!
Oribana Charmby Katrin and Yuri Shumakov