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January 21, 2009


These are just beautiful!!! I've always wanted to know how to make these so thanks!

Beautiful..thanks so much for sharing! Hope you do not mind if I try these?

Beautiful, love the colors. They look like real flowers!


ohhh....ever so pretty. I think I have everything I need for these. I must try! I have always loved these. They remind me or the decorations they used on parade floats decades ago! Oh, why don't floats look like that anymore? Thanks for your inspiration along with instruction! You are such a gem!

How Lovely...... the colors are wonderful and giving me a warm feeling of spring time (which is wonderful with just how cold it has been lately) :) Can't wait to see the others.

so gorgeous! these are yummy and a wonderful project to lift the winter blues I'm sure!!

chiming in late on your "downsize"...I'm sure this was a tough decision to finalize, but I imagine you are going to truly enjoy the extra time with those adorable littles!!

~*~just lovely~*~

I love your priorities - ice cream first, then flowers. They are absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing the how-to as well!

So pretty!

They sure look beautiful, I love the colors!

Sooooo pretty!

Man you are so crafty and creative.

Oh I enjoyed that movie and thought it would be fun to make those flowers. Yours are sooo much more prettier. Clarice

These are amazing!

Those are so lovely. You have the prettiest crepe paper I've ever seen.

So pretty! My dad - of all people - once showed me how to do that pulling-thing (guess I'm descriptive today, too!) to roll the edge of crepe paper. He apparently helped decorate the high school gym for quite a few dances in his day. Thanks for a great tutorial - I'm glad you might be posting more, because I really enjoy your blog.

So lovely. . . My creative brain is going crazy with some centerpiece ideas. Love it. . .

Hugs, Kim

Gorgeous. I can think of so many uses for these flowers. Years ago my mom was into making crepe paper flowers. She could make carnations and hibiscus. Mimi

These are gorgeous! They look great grouped together and would look terrific on a gift.
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These are great! Now I'm jonesin' to make some. Need supplies, need supplies...

sooo fabulous Andrea!!! great idea!!! I LOVE them!! P.S. I haven't had time to comment on your other recent posts,but I don't blame you in the least for scaling back on your store. Just relax and enjoy those darling boys of yours!! I hope you have a really wonderful day sweetie!! hugs! Britt :-)

These are fun, the lighted ones are my favorite. I Love your Blog!

I had to try this right away. The paper I found seems to be thicker or crisper than what you used - yours seems almost transparent. Also, the edges were hard to roll. I tried using a knitting needle to get it to curl better, but no luck. I ended up having to fold and crease and then relaxing that as I rolled. So mine look more like roses, I guess. But I love making them. Yes, I am serious about my paper-crafting.

Andrea these are absolutely beautiful. I'm all about color and just because you made some beige ones in your last post does not mean your boring. You are the most non boring gal I have met in blog land (even though there is not one stitch of beige in my house)
Love Claudie

those are so pretty!

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