A delicate, twining, handmade paper Wild Grape vine. This aggressive native vine clambers up bushes that grow by the shore of the river. Also called Riverbank Grape, I use these grapes to make a delicious jelly in the fall. I made the leaves from drawing paper, and the flowers from heavy crepe paper. he grapes are also made from crepe paper. This piece forms a part of my River Plants collection.
To read more about my river plant collection, please visit: www.daydreamflowers.ca/pages/river-exhibit
The vine is mounted into a shallow wooden box that has been mounted onto a piece of unfinished pine board. The box is painted very dark blue and the board is stained lighter blue/green. The name and Latin name of the plant are mounted below it on a hand-written plaque. There is hanging hardware on the back (D rings and wire).
All of my paper flowers, leaves, and plants, are made from high quality materials. They have been sprayed with a UV resistant spray and are made to last! I will include care instructions with your purchase.