Post # 1
I just got my professional photos back and I had to share with the bees the pictures of my tissue paper flower bouquets. They took so long to make and I almost gave up on them, but they turned out wonderful. So if any of you are getting frustrated with your DIYS, just remember that often the end result is much better than you even imagined. Even if you think they look horrible halfway through.
Post # 3
Maybe these will show up in the post!
Post # 4
I was going to use tissue paper flowers for bouquets too until I changed my mind to use Spanish lace fans instead. Your flowers are gorgeous and from afar, you can’t tell their made from paper. 🙂
YEY! I love paper flowers and you did a great job with yours =)
Post # 5
Wow, those are beautiful!!!
You did a wonderful job 🙂
And congratulations on your marraige. You look very happy 🙂
Post # 6
@baldor1:Thanks, I actually am proud that they are made of paper and not real. I had to point it out that they were paper to a few people though. But the whole wedding had tons of paper everything so it made sense.
Post # 8
LOVE them…I am all DIYed out due to my sister’s wedding but I might try these sometimes just because. You should post a tutorial b/c these are GORGEOUS!
Post # 9
wow yeah from distance they look like regular flowers rather than paper.. very nicely done
Post # 10
beautiful!!!! You did a GREAT job with those!!!!
Post # 11
Wow, you are very talented, they look awesome!
Post # 12
Just gorgeous. And you can keep them forever looking just as lovely!
Post # 13
Those are AWESOME!!! Any chance you’d share a tutorial??
Post # 14
Oh my gosh! They look fabulous!! I love the shapes of the petals you made, how you even were able to turn the corners up like real flowers, and the stamens in the center!! And the colors are so pretty together! You did a GREAT job!
Post # 16
Thanks guys, I actually learned how to make them from martha stewerts website, but her directions needed some tweaking. So i may do a tutorial with the tweaks i discovered.