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year 2 of my flowers going to Bareburger!

A group of my wall pocket flowers sent to Bareburger Restaurant chain in NY



I'm on a flower roll and Spring is on its way! Last year around this time I was asked by the co-founder of the restaurant chain  'Bareburger' to make 2 dozen of my first ever 'wall pocket' flowers to be combined/displayed in another artists wall pocket vases.  Since then I have made 60 flowers total and just got asked to make another 2 dozen for them.

Bareburger sources much of their meat and vegetables from local organic farmers and has over 40 restaurant chains in the US and worldwide.   I love that they like to use repurposed art in their restaurants and I'm very pleased to have some of my little flowers adorning their walls!

If you'd like some indoor or outdoor tall or short flowers check out my flower section on my website or go to my etsy shop for a slightly larger selection (i'm still working on getting traffic to my standalone website so inventory is a bit lower).  Keep in mind if you purchase from my Paulaart site you can get a 10% discount when purchasing 2 or more items. (shipping is free).  I can cut flowers shorter for free after purchase as well as work on an entire bouquet which includes an industrial vase as well!

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