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May 09, 2009

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sharleen flowers2world.com

so simple but it's soo interesting..
i love to make this..
thank you so much..

flowers to germany

I suggest this site to my friends so it could be useful & informative for them also. Great effort.

tinggi badan

The flower in the photo is made from light weight cotton,

germany flowers

Pretty flowers! Seems your garden was so healthy. Wish I can have a healthy garden too. I'm been looking for interesting topic as this. Looking forward for your next post. Keep posting!

cara meninggikan badan

I like to use light weight fabric because it can be "frumped up" and it's easy to work with, but you can use heavier weight fabrics for a stiffer look

Aisyah Helga

Cute! I've linked this to my blog. Thanks for sharing :)

Aisyah Helga

How cute! I've linked this to my blog. Thanks for sharing :)

Flowers Japan

Just wondering, if i can use this information for my research paper's project. However, i admire the way you present your words ... Thank u anywys..

Custom Logo Design

Hi,
That's really a nice way of making it, i love it.
Thanks

patty

I'm really happy to have found your blog!!!
http://pattyguu.blogspot.com

Philippine Flowers

Oh! that's really cool. thanks for your wonderful tutorials. i love it great style! hope to try it at home. keep it up!

-khatie-

hair bows

Oh my! Now I can make my own :) This is such a great tutorial -- clear pictures and directions! Thank you very much!

Shelley

I love this idea - love to sew etc and will definitely try these with my 9 yo granddaughter - she will think they are the coolest!

Vanessa

Love it!! I'm so going to try this!

Martha

Very cute flower!

frances

The fabric flowers are lovely, and your tutorial is so clear, it will encourage lots of us to start our gardens.

(I also wonder about the edge-fraying, whether you spray something on the reverse of the fabric, or whether the fraying is part of the intentional "frumping?")

Best wishes.

macati

thank you for this tutorial... loooove

Karen

Oh that's so lovely. And I know a little girl who is going to agree with me!

Emma

Hello, I love these flowers, they look really beautiful. One quick question, how do you stop the edges of the fabric from fraying?
Thanks!

Rachel

I love how you fold it up to cut the petals, nice and easy! I'll be decorating.

Kristin

WOW! I love this project so much. You've done a fantastic job with it! :)

Kristena

Fun! Thanks for the tutorial! I love your style. :)

Ana Melo

I love it
thank you =D

Michelle Cummings

wow, so simple AND pretty! thanks for sharing!

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