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:: Solfjädersblommor ::

Dessa "blommor" är superroliga,
snabba och enkla att göra, och det
bästa är att man kan använda sina
spillbitar för att skapa dem.

Tutorial kommer så fort jag har
tid om någon är sugen!



Comments

  1. Superläckra blommor - självklart är jag intresserad av en turorial!! :D

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  2. Oh, my! These flowers are beautiful! Thanks again for sharing your projects. You can view what I made, using your musical ticket template, at http://gigiscorneroftheworld.blogspot.com/ Hope you like it as much as my husband does :-D

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  3. Oh jättegärna! Du ville ha något att bita i.
    Något "killigt" typ cykelprylar, cykelkedja... Trevlig helg!

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  4. Så läckra! Alla idéer på hur man använder upp spillbitar mottages tacksamt. :)

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  5. Jösses, var får du allt ifrån. :-D Superläckra!

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  6. Thank you for looking at the Valentine card I made using one of the tickets from your template. It's actually one card; the ticket is inside of the card; I changed up the blog post to specify it's only one card :-) Love those cupcakes you made; too cute and yummy!!! What is your first name?

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  7. Oj, vad mycket fint du har skapat sedan jag sist tittade in! Dina blommor är helt underbara...och inte tala om fjärilarna!! Jag blir så inspirerad av din blogg...:)

    Kram!

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  8. Ja, tack väldigt snälla du, gör en tutorial till de fantastiska blommorna!!

    (/Karin

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  9. Åh, dessa blommor var snygga =)
    Ser fram emot att få skissen till den ;)

    Mah MariaT

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  10. Så snygga, ser fram emot en förklaring.

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  11. oh ja vill gärna ha beskrivning !!Ska ta tag i utmaningen under dagen... klurig...

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