I remember on our farm, we had a couple of those ‘way taller than you’ sunflowers. You know the kind…the ones with those great big seeded centers that are not only taller than you by a couple feet, but the flower is bigger than your face….and hair….and hat if you have one?
And it completely baffles my mind how a flower can actually follow the sun. How does it do that?
Of course, as we are headed into the latter part of August, going towards September, longing for fall, you can’t help but think of sunflowers. How they look so pretty and golden in the evening sun.
So when Nichol shared these with me, I was absolutely delighted–to put it mildly. :) I was even going to save them for later this week and decided I just couldn’t wait.
Um. Yowza, right? Sometimes I just get so amazed at how paper crafting can look so good! :)
Here’s what Nichol has to say:
- Sunflowers – 5″
- 7 Petal Flower (leaf base) – 4.8″ tall
- 30 Petal Flower LARGE – 2.98″ tall
- 30 Petal Flower MEDIUM – 2.46″ tall
- 30 Petal Flower SMALL – 1.76″ tall
Love them my dear!