Florabeane's 10-Step Guide on How to Become a Paper Florist
This is a guide on how to become a paper florist.
In 2016 I began my paper florist journey and conceived Florabeane Paper Flowers after the thrill of my first sale. Establishing it as a business took time! I found myself researching constantly to improve my business practice and achieve a brand identity that allowed me to flourish as an artist.
I want you to flourish as an artist too.
This guide is based on my personal experiences and originally published in installments on my blog. It is offered here as one complete document for downloading and printing as a guide. While short, this guide is packed with information that will take you time to digest, research, and execute for your own business.
This guide is for people serious about taking their passion for paper flowers to the next level.
Let's dive in!
Note: this guide was written for a US audience but has many ideas that anyone, anywhere, can use!
All materials copyrighted 2018 Amity Beane and may not be re-published or shared in any way without express written permission. The original blog posts may be shared and pinned.
I am the owner of flower and jane, a creative paper design studio in Maine specializing in teaching paper flowers. I have a Master of Science in education and a BA in interdisciplinary fine arts.