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Paper Sunflower Necklace
This delicate Kansas sunflower on a silver chain is made of paper with quilling, an ancient art updated by using modern materials and techniques. In 1903 Kansas adopted the vibrant Helianthus as the state flower. Today the plant has become an important crop and a popular symbol of the state. By Paper Treasures of Topeka, Kansas.

1.5 inches

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Kathie (Kilhefner) Duguid of Topeka, Kansas, applies the ancient art of quilling to create art from tiny paper scrolls. These unique pieces include jewelry, flowers, bookmarks, and decorative items. Read more

Item #002016