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Decorative Satin Flower / 35 mm / Champagne Color - 2 pieces

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We have a great range of decorative flowers suitable for all creative projects. We have flowers made from a variety of materials and in a variety of colors and designs. Whether you’re looking for something for art and craft projects or want to make a special holiday even more beautiful, you’ll find everything you need at EM ART!


Fabric flowers are the perfect addition to your handmade creations. With them, you can add a little elegance to everything you do. We offer a variety of colors and patterns to suit every taste and preference.

Our textile flowers are made of high-quality materials with an original design. The material is strong and ensures that the flower will remain beautiful for many years.

This delicate satin flower is a must-have for wedding decorations. It is also suitable for handmade cards and decorating other special events such as birthdays, Christmas, Easter or christened. With our products, you can create great decorations to mark the most important moments in life.

Our satin flower is perfect for decorating accessories such as diadems , hairpins, boxes for gifts. You can put it on clothes or use it to decorate bags, hats and scarves.

Want inspiration or new ideas? Visit our blog or subscribe to our YouTube channel where you will find useful instructions for creating great decorations. And then, share your creative achievements with the whole world!

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