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Amazing! They have a look of blue hydrangeas.
Post # 19
Wow, thanks for the compliment! I would consider making some to sell but would definitely want to wait until after my wedding (too many other projects to finish, haha).
I tried them thinner but they weren’t very comfortable to hold. So I went for my girls comfort over them being the ideal thickness 🙂 Thanks for the compliments!
Thank you!! I just checked out your paper flower thread and I like them! I put my kusudama flowers together a little tighter than I think the directions called for, maybe because I didn’t use any glue? I also put every flower on an individual flower wire stem to arrange them (it was kinda a pain but it allowed me to get them in the place I wanted them to go). Let me know if you have any questions! 🙂
Post # 20
Thank you! I think I started them about 5 or 6 months ago. Would make them while watching tv. It was spread out a lot, there would be weeks where I didn’t even look at them, haha.
Nice job! Yours are a lot more delicate looking than mine. Love them!
Nice start! Make sure to take some breaks so you don’t get hand cramps!
Post # 22
OH yeah. i only make about a flower a day. i am so impatient, if i try to do more than that i just start getting all annoyed that stuff isn’t drying and i mess everything up. -_-
Post # 23
Wait…..you didn’t use any glue to make these?
And I agree that the girls’ comfort should come first. It’s hard to see what the scale of things are just from pics, but if the thin ones are so thin that they’ll be irritating to carry, I can definitely see why you didn;t go with the thinner ones.
Post # 25
Wow those look amazing! Great job- I love the blues!
Post # 26
wow those look great!!!! definitely wish i had your talent hahaha
Post # 27
haha, I can understand that!
haha, yeah no glue.. I have no experience with glue guns or anything similar so all my projects so far have been with no glue!! These flowers were all put together with those scrapbook two sided photo squares (love those things) and scotch tape (the purple present kind is the best). 🙂
Thank you ladies!!
Post # 28
- Wedding: July 2014 - Barn
Oh my goodness those look STUNNING!
Post # 29
True story: I read the thread title and I thought, “what?! $50!! What are they made of, paper?” And then, well…you know what happened next, lol. They’re beautiful! Well done!
Post # 30
I love them all!! They’re so bright, fun, and pretty!! Great job!
Post # 31
- Wedding: August 2013 - Waterville Estate, Trinidad
They’re lovely. Truly talented!