The Hannah Read-Baldrey Christmas Collection

Hobbycraft are proud to present ‘FlowerBomb!’ a curated Christmas collection of makes by Hannah Read-Baldrey. A joyful explosion of floral design is at the heart of this stunning collection of ornaments, creating a contemporary, yet festive approach to Christmas decorations. Her recent book release of ‘FlowerBomb! 25 Crafts to Blow Your Blossoms’ has inspired the collection, which uses crafting components such as crepe paper, felt, and decoupage papers in a uniting colour scheme.

Find out more about Hannah Read-Baldrey by reading her Meet the Maker » 

Hobbycraft have challenged a group of makers with hugely varying styles of working to create their own collection using core Christmas bases and decorative components of their choice. The breadth of work received has been something to behold, with the personalities of each individual shining through their collections!

There will be no wilting flowers on the delicately beautiful Poinsettia Floral Wreath, which has been created using Hobbycraft branded crepe paper. But there is no red to be seen! Did you know Poinsettias grow in an array of beautiful colours? The flowers have been constructed, in purple, white, pink and gold tones. Mounted on an embroidery hoop for an ultra-contemporary feel.

 

The beautiful white Posy Baubles are made using polystyrene balls and beautifully delicate pre-cut paper flowers. Finished with a brightly coloured tassel and mini-pompoms for that designer appeal.

 

The Festive Floral Stocking was inspired by vintage swimming hats, with the whole design covered in layered felt die cut flowers, finished with mini pompoms. To add an original and fun approach to this most traditional of Christmas ornaments.

 

And finally, the Boho Stags Head is the queen of the party! She looks gorgeous in her very own flower crown made from the delicate crepe paper. Ready to dance the night away!

 

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