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Patter Cross

Wendy, such a GREAT tutorial. I have an old Bible encyclopedia from 1964 that would be great for these. I will give them a try! :) Thanks for the great tutorial. I am also going to e-mail ya! Have a blessed day!

Term Paper

I am very enjoying,I will have to make this bouquet project Because Its useful.These Artificial flower's are looks cute.

Barbara Graves-Wilson

great work you did and awesome job.. thanks so much for sharing,

Pattyjo

Gorgeous!!!!
Pattyjo

Princess Jones

It would be an excellent gift to brighten someones day. Thank you for sharing the idea.

SuzieQ

off to get out my punches....great idea!

Vanessa Fernandez

BEAUTIFUL ART!! :) Thank you for sharing it with all of us!

soft cialis

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.


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.

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