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Thread: 3D Hydrangea Wall hanging or Sham

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    3D Hydrangea Wall hanging or Sham

    Just wanted to post one of my latest new techniques I learned...At first I was doing a wallhanging but now I think I'd rather make a Pillow Sham for the bed...
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    Very nice. I love hydrangeas.

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    That is so beautiful. It will look great any way you fix it. Wallhanging or sham.

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    that is very nice! I like the pillow idea. I saw one at a home store and it was very expensive.
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    Those look so life-like! Kudos!
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    WOW very cool How did you do that?
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    beautiful

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    That is totally awesome!! Very realistic flowers.

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    Those are wonderful! I love them.

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    looks similar to petal play by joan shay. nice job. lil

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    Absolutely gorgeous and lifelike. Beautiful job. Sue

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    Totally beautiful. I really love that and I think pillow shams would be great.

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    Awesome, lovely texture. Will look good any way you do it. Thanks for posting.

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    Really beautiful.
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    Absolutely beautiful!

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    Very Nice

    ditto how did you do it?

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    They are VERY pretty and life like. Where did you learn how to make them. I wanna make some for my daughter.You did a great job with the back ground and the fore ground making it pop and look real.
    Cindy

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    I'm adding my request: How did you do these? They're amazing!!
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    Absolutely gorgeous!..They look real!

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    you did a beautiful job. beautiful

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    love hydrangeas and that is beautiful

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    Lovely!!!!!!

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    This looks like some wallhangings I did a short time ago using deconstructed silk flowers...did you use that technique or did you make all those little petals individually? Your quilt is beautiful, I really like the blue on the purple background. Great job.

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    ooooohhhh!! I'd love to learn this technique. Gorgeous!! How about doing a tutorial!!
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    Very pretty. i like the way you used the different tones of blue in the quilt.

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