Too Much Time On My Hands
Time to get crafty and rock our some fun, unique, upcycled, inspiring, thrifty, and beautiful creations
gorgeous! have been wanting to make some paper flowers and they look so good on the branches. Just pinned them
You wrote a very interesting article. And I agree with you. hair loss
I really love this idea. I am going to make these on the next rainy day
I going to do this for Easter with my class!
Oh great! They really are so cute and pretty easy to make:)
Thanks so much for an excellent tutorial. I seem to be on a roll lately with paper and fabric flower tutorials. Haven’t made any of either one—yet, but am planning to when I get my Easter projects done. Better be soon since Easter is very close. Wish I knew where I could get some old music sheets. Really like your paper flowers, they look awesome. I’m hoping to make some fabric flowers to put on headbands also and hope to be able to sell some of them. Isn’t crafting awesome? I so enjoy it and it’s a great way to keep me busy and my brain functioning since I’m an “older person”, lol. I used up the last of my ink cartridges printing out your tutorial, no ink til the 28th. when we get our SS. We live by our SS paydays. 5 weeks between again.
I am SO flattered that you used up your ink printing my tutorial! I have just had to keep my daughter at bay for a few weeks till i could buy some more:) She wanted all those darn paper dolls I found all over the internet! I get my sheet music at thrift stores-it is hit or miss, but when I do find a book it seems to last forever. I just found a 167 pager for $2.99! I almost jumped for joy.
I made these for a “Welcome to our wedding” board and the couple loved them. Thanks for sharing the how-to!
I can’t wait to make these for my guest room and living room. Thanks a bunch!
We are doing a pastor appreciation dinner and need to make newspaper roses for the center pieces. I need your help to make the roses. I am downloading your instructions on the sheet music roses on the twigs in the vases but I also need more help for other styles for other tables. Thanks
I have seen so many different paper flower tutorials all over blog land. You could even dye the paper with tea to achieve different color variation. Good luck and I am so glad I could help:)
This is so cool Kim! I’m going to send the link to my sister. She’s a music teacher who works from home … they’ll look great in her music room Thanks for hosting the blog party!
Thanks a bunch! I just LOVE them and they were really pretty easy to make-minus the burns:)
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