Love these! Maps are a favorite of mine, along with paper flowers. this is the perfect combo!d e n i s e
These are gorgeous, they just make me want to go and rip up my street directory right now!
These are so cute! I just found your blog and am excited to see all of the inspiration on here! I have just the right map to cut up to try these roses!
Love these! I just hopped over from transformation thurs. and am so glad that I did... I am your newest follower! Great blog! t.xoxo
These are so cute, I love maps!! We have done quite a few projects with them over at www.madeinmorningside.blogspot.com my favourite was using an old atlas to refurbish a side table. Just come across from a linky party. Love the blog xox
These are beautiful, thanks for the tutorial! I love maps, and love using them in different ways, and this looks so pretty! Great job on the roses!
These are the greatest looing flowers. Using maps was a super idea.
Beautiful! I love roses! Thanks for sharing the tutorial on how to make them!~Angela
Looks beautiful, I have been wanting to make some paper roses for my display table for craft shows. I tried once and it didn't go so well. This is inspiring :)
What a neat project! Very unique, I just finished a bookcase, decoupage with atlas maps... your flowers would be a neat addition as another accent piece in the room
the roses are very pretty...I've not seen the maps for flowers but it looks nice! Thanks for sharing at the Rock 'N Share!
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These are awesome!
These are so cool.
Thanks for the tutorial! Your paper flowers are lovely!
This is amazing! It's beautiful and could be symbolic. It could be place met, engaged and married. I'd absolutely love it if you shared this at Whimsy Wednesdays at www.thenymelrosefamily.blogspot.com/2012/04/whimsy-wednesdays-5.html.
I really love these. I will have to give these a try.
Beautiful! These will be the perfect addition to a wreath I made that needs a little "something"! :)
What a cool idea! I've seen all kinds of map projects, but never roses!
What a lovely idea, thank you for sharing, I'm going to give these a try xo
I love anything that is subtitled..."really easy project"! Your roses are beautiful and what a great tutorial, too! Take care, Trish
These are just gorgeous! I love the idea. Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday Round Up!I hope you have a wonderful rest of the week!-Kayla :)
Thanks for sharing this tutorial, I must make some! Yours are gorgeous! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥
So beautiful. I think I need to go find an old map....I gave this a feature today! Enjoy your weekend!
Wow this rose is unbelievable! We love book page flowers, and the map pages are even better! Thank for sharing!
Pure awesomeness! These look incredible! That's it...I'm going on a hunt for maps right now. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful! I love anything map & I'm almost always wearing a flower, so these are great!
Your Map Page Roses have been featured for Functional Friday!They are amazing!
These are amazing! I would love to feature these on Reduce, Reuse, Upcycle. Feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Thanks!
love these. beautiful Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday link party. hope to see you there today!Natasha xxx
I really adore these roses. They really are so pretty, you did a great job! I am featuring you On Sunday Round Up come on over and grab a featured button :) http://www.kaylascreationsblog.com/2012/04/sunday-round-up-5.html-Kayla :)
Just one word... Beautiful !!!
These are some of my very favorites out of all your amazing projects. I so want to make these! One question I've wanted to ask is how you take your photos and if you use a filter to antique them? They always look so elegant and romantic!Thanks for sharing on Teagan's TravelsMichellehttp://teaganstravels.blogspot.com
Another great project Aimee! I am so impressed! I am officially following you now- and have no idea why I waited so long! xo Becca
These are so beautiful! I have some vintage maps I'd like to use for this project!Do you have a template for the petals anywhere?Thanks!xoxoxoKim