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Thread: 3D Hydrangea Wall hanging or Sham

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    WOW....bright and beautiful, no matter how you use it!

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    Your 3D hydrangeas are superb!!!

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    I like the sham idea, lovely.
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    That is gorgeous!! I can see sofa pillows or bed pillows. Is there a book for this tecnique? Please PM me and let me know. Thank you

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    Hydrangeas are my favorite flower. (After the rose. LOL) Very nice.
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    that's gorgeous!!!
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    Very pretty,
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    Count me in - I would love to know the technique you used.

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    the flowers are beautiful-saw the technique on you tube just the other day

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    What are you doing swap partner? Putting my talents to shame. It is beautiful

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    Very pretty, one of my favorite flowers.
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    Really stunning! Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy of 6 View Post
    Count me in - I would love to know the technique you used.
    Thanks ladies...I took a local class...very easy...two diff toned fabrics lite heat bonded together...cut out petals...for this one it called for 144 but I had to make extra's because I usually end up doing my own thing...Same with leaves. Then the teacher shaped each petal by reheating each petal and forming around her thumb...I found a easier more realistic way...I have a 1 inch thick piece of foam...I heat the petal right on it and then took the end of a Permanent Marker and pressed the center of the petal into the foam for a second or two...depending how much shape you want...you want all diff shapes and WA LA perfect shaped petal...If you don't like it reheat and do over. Remember since both sides have diff fabrics you want a variety of colors in your flowers so flip them over and shape both colors. Then she had us draw circles where we would place the flowers... sew each leaf on first around the circles, then petals...I started in the center of the circle and worked my way out with each petal...In each petal don't know if you can see it...sew a pearl seed bead...I had so much fun doing this technique...I'm going to start a peachy pink and white wreathe in this technique.

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    Just lovely.

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    WOW - Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing.
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    Love,love, love it!

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    That is a beautiful piece of art. Thanks for sharing.
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    It is beautiful!
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    Oh my, this is so nice, we need a tut. We're they silk stems ?.......calla

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    nice!! love hydrangea

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    Looks like the real thing! We have tons of those bushes here in KY ... big, blue, and beautiful! You did a fantastic job and I vote for the shams too!

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    Absolutely beautiful, I love hydrangeas!!!

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    Beautiful, I would like to make one.

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    Your work is fabulous. Very realistic flowers, and I love it. I think a pillow sham would be great.

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    what does WA LA mean? Reheating with full-sized iron or small one?

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