These are beautiful! I found you via Our Thrifty Ideas and I have a brand new link party that I'd love for you to come and share these at!http://naptimedelights.blogspot.ca/2012/05/document.htmlSarah @naptimedelights.blogspot.com
I love net curtains! That is such a clever idea, I've added it to my Completely Brilliant and Fabulous list with all credit linked back to you. Hope you don't mindhttp://ridgewaycottage.blogspot.co.uk/p/just-completely-brilliant-and-fabulous.html
The are beautiful. I have pinned them to my DIY craft board. And I would love to have you come by link up this project to the Creative Corner Hop. The linky party begins on Monday and stays open all week long.SandyCherished Handmade Treasures
Those are adorable makes me want to go out and find some old net curtains.
Just took a load of these to Goodwill - hope it is not too late to buy them back. Does anyone else do that?Distressed Donna Down Home
Great recycling idea! And so pretty. Thanks very much for linking!
These are soooo beautiful! You are brilliant! I think I could do these ;)
Oh so pretty...and pretty much free! Love that.Deborah
Those are gorgeous! You could easily use these on corsages! Thanks so much for sharing at Toot Your Horn Tuesday :)
So pretty and delicate!
So pretty and sweet!Stacey of Embracing Change
These are beautiful! They are featured on this week's Tutorial Tuesday over on my blog! http://www.ourthriftyideas.com/2012/05/tutorial-tuesday-8.html
Your flowers have been featured for Functional Friday!Amazingly beautiful!Thanks so much for linking up each week!
I've made these flowers before but never thought about using curtains which is very smart as many of them are such pretty material! Thanks for sharing this at Sunday Blog Love..your blog is so beautiful and inspiring!