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364 Results for "Silk orchids Flower arrangement on Driftwood"
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: Khanz
Created: Oct 15, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 252
Total Ratings: 5
These arrangements I made on the request of my some friends. Some are for home & some for her office...
59 file(s) - Uploaded by: NextdesignstarG
Created: Aug 28, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 156
Total Ratings: 6
Hey brides get some great ideas for your special day! I can show you bouquets to decorating gazebos for outdoor ceremonies and even how to decorate your cake with flowers in under 10 minutes!
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: sassy_gal2
Created: Feb 28, 2012 | Flag
Total Views: 70
Total Ratings: 3
These colorful planters would bright any porch, patio or balcony with their pastel hues of green, pink and blues. The base inside is a empty milk jug that was cut in half under the handle leaving 6 inches of the container left.
Then the weaved paper was applied with hot glued and the weaved paper grid was applied to the plastic container all around. The bottoms of the containers had different colors of pastel paper.
They would be great for any silk flower arrangement as well. Just put floral foam and moss inside and give as a present.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: ShoozieShoes
Created: Jun 25, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 192
Total Ratings: 3
I love working with leather. It has texture and character and it is strong and durable. I also love layered flowers in any material. If you add a pin to it you can use it to make something ordinary into something exceptional and one of a kind! For this project I hand-painted leather scraps with acrylic paint mixed with fabric medium. The leather is cut into flower shapes layered and glued together with fabric glue. Available at www.shoozieshoes.etsy.com