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November 25, 2008


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Absolutely beautiful flower "stones"! Of course, your first job was as a florist! Here is request #1 for your tree instructions. No rush, but I'd sure love to know what you did... 1 straight pin? Minutes? :)




What a lovely idea! I shall be giving that a go. I love how the first stone looks like it's covered in moss. They look gorgeous.
And another request for tree instructions, please :-)


I really like the spiral one as that is a motif I like at this time of year.


The flower stones are so cute! When I saw the first picture, I thought the leaf-shaped bowl was made of ice -- I think I still have ice wreaths on the brain.


Those treats are works of art themselves...it must have been hard to eat them! enjoy!


oooOOOooo...those are all kinds of beautiful! Well played, miss.


But of course, I'd personally love to have instructions for that cute little tree! The floating flowers are quite nice too... Oh, and would you mind sending some of that snow down to your south east, please?

Christina J.

They are very pretty!

My mom made me some felted bowls and acorns from your tutorial! I posted them on my blog just today.(http://thisgirlbeads.blogspot.com/)


Okay, seriously your making me sick...your ideas are so original and wonderful...you should write a craft book. :))


Your flowers are absolutely beautiful! Carving the foam into stone shapes is a brilliant idea -- a more organic shape than the spherical globes offered by Oasis.

Suzy B.

Ohhhhhh! How neat! Could you put a small candle in the center? Say a tealight candle?

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This Floating Flower Stones was really cool. Glad that you post how to do it. I wanna try it also. My mom surely gonna like it too. Thanks for sharing this post.


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Its very attractive artificial Floating Flower Stones , I am very thankful to you.But I want to get fully information with detail's about How to make this; I hope you will help me. I like it so much.


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Wow! I would definitely imitate this concept.


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