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Thread: Fabric Flowers

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    they are adorable!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    Thanks for the link. My Mom passed away in Feb and I've brought her "stash" down to my house. I thought maybe I'd take some of her fabric and make some flowers to put on her grave.

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    Thanks for showing the link to these. I think I will make some for a fund raiser in October for CDH, Congenital Diaphragamatic Hernia Last year I made a quilt, but not sure what all I will do this year. Thanks again.

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    I think these fllowers would look cute on flip-flops.

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    I can see why they would be addicting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jslady View Post
    I think these fllowers would look cute on flip-flops.
    That's a great idea!! Thanks.
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    Pillows? Use wire and florist tape to make stems, then glue the flowers to them and make a bouquet?

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    These are so cute! I especially like the pink one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Spencer View Post
    Use wire and florist tape to make stems, then glue the flowers to them and make a bouquet?
    This is what I would do. All colors and shapes if you'd like and even embellish with beads and such.
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    They would make a very special addition as a package ornament rather than a bow.
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