Saturday, 2 June 2012

diy paper hydrangeas














 knick of time
the shabby creek cottage
house of hepworths
from my front porch to yours



sisters of the wild west




25 comments

  1. I LOVE THIS PROJECT AIMEE!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING!!

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  2. Just what I was looking for. I love these and will be making some too. Here from Kammy's Korner and now following too :)

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  3. Seriously? Whodathunkit! How long did this take? I'm sure for you it was probably pretty quick but it would be fun to have an idea in the "you will need" part of the post, the time involved. I'm sure if you get it down pat it could go pretty quick. Your tutorials are so easy to follow and so much fun! Found this post at Knick of Time!
    Liz

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  4. oh these are gorgeous! geez they look like they probally took forever but i guess they will last forever ~ I love them gonna have to try thanks for sharing

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  5. My favorite flower - another project added to my list. This one is perfect for rainy days when I cannot paint or garden. Came over from Winthrop.

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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  6. so gorgeous! i love hydrangeas! it amazes me how they are different colors depending on the makeup of the soil they're planted in. thanks for linking up to tip-toe thru tuesday!

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  7. These are beautiful! Very creative and a great tutorial as well! Thanks for sharing them at Knick of Time Tuesday!

    Blessings,
    Angie

    P.S. - Don't forget to add a link or a button for the party within your posts so you can be featured! :0)

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  8. These are so amazing! I've been looking at other tutorials on DIY Hydrageas for a while, then saw yours. The best by far! They look so real! Going to try it and pinning! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. So pretty. I am featuring this today at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com also!

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  10. Wow! They really look great!! Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

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  11. Wow, so beautiful! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. Looks like they would have taken a long time to make. Great job!

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  12. Gorgeous. Looks like a whole lot of work, but those hydrangeas are worth it.
    Greetings from Germany
    Catrin

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  13. Those are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing so many pretties at Pin It and Win It Wednesday @ www.cheapcraftymama.com! I hope you will join us again this week-- party opens Tuesday evening!

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  14. Those look like the real thing! Gorgeous :) Thanks so much for sharing at Toot Your Horn Tuesday.

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  15. Looks so real! And I think everyone loves hydrangeas!

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  16. Very, very pretty! I think that it turned out very realistic as well. As a florist that works mostly with fresh flowers - I am impressed!

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  17. Those are beautiful - they look real! You do such an amazing job!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  18. Girl, you have some serious skills! And some serious patience! Thanks so much for sharing at Cowgirl Up! Hope you will join us again next week!
    Thanks,
    Amanda @ The Ivy Cottage Blog
    www.theivycottageblog.blogspot.com

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  19. very pretty handy work come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  20. I love hydrangea's! They are my favorite flower! I just have to featured them for Functional Friday this week!

    Thanks so much for linking up!

    ~Angela

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  21. so pretty
    Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday

    Natasha xx

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  22. Wow those look so real! I love them!!!

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  23. I'm doing this today Aimee...fingers crossed!

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