Colorful REUSABLE glittery mylar plastic spring flowers! These fold flat, and spring into a shiny open flower when released. Of course, they can be used again and again. The effect is that they can appear from nowhere, apparently from an object that is flatter than an open flower. For example, these can be hidden in a production box, a book, up your sleeve, etc.
The demo video shows what the flowers look like if they are released as a TIED BUNDLE.To use them this way, just keep the strings tied together.When the blossoms pop open, they crowd themselves into a bouquet.
This set contains about 20 blossoms. Each blossom is about 3.75" long. Each blossom is constructed on a spring, so it pops open automatically when it is released.
When fully expanded, the whole bouquet is about 8" in diameter, and very colorful!
These flowers can be folded back up, and used over and over and over again!
Mylar is a shiny plastic material that will look great and last for many repeated uses. We also carry colorful spring flowers made of paper.
Flowers are individual, made of mylar on a metal spring.Each flower has a string.Use each flower on its own, or tie the strings together and the flowers will make a bouquet when they pop.Each blossom is about 3.75" long and 2.75" wide when closed.
For a really full bouquet, get TWO sets of flowers and tie the strings of all the flowers together. Fold the flowers and stack them on top of each other. When released they will pop out into a fuller bouquet.
Bautier deKolta introduced the concept of using spring flowers in the late 1800s.
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