So cute! I am a huge fan of all of your springtime flower posts!! :)
I absolutely adore the simplicity of this!! both in the making and in the final product--I'm going to give this a whirl!
So sweet - I love it!
That is sooo cute! :D Loving the pink and craving sprin here too. (found you through Tip Junkie's Tip Me Tuesday... now a follower)
Great tutorial! I am your newest follower :)
I love these!
Such a simple but beautiful idea! I'm featuring these tomorrow on Whimsical Wednesday!
Thank you Sarah for adding the button to your blog. I really appreciate your help!
What a great idea! I am off to find dead branches!:)
This is awesome! Totally going to try this out!
This craft is so gorgeous! Too funny...I was looking at an Arizona green tea bottle yesterday and dreaming up ideas of a felted bag with cherry blossoms on it. I love the pinks!
This is just beautiful! I love it!
Wow those are so pretty! Thanks for sharing. Hurray for Spring! :)
These are absolutely beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. I am going to have to make them for some easter/spring decorations.I would love it if you shared this at our Shindig Saturday: http://kimskandykreations.blogspot.com/2011/03/shindig-saturday-linky-party-week-3.html
Thanks for linking up to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts - I featured you today! - Mandy, www.SugarBeeCrafts.com
They are lovely! I'm amazed at how real they look. Thank you so much for sharing!
I so looove these flowers...and I LOOOOVE pink! I have been wanting to make some for my living room (or some place in the house) but I have 2 little guys that would beat each other with the sticks when I'm not looking! :o) Nice job...they are so cute!!!
these are very pretty. I can't wait for spring.megancraftycpa.blogspot.com
That is seriously SO cute!! Thanks for linking them up to my first party! Congrats on going PAST 200!!Abbi
What a novel idea! Thank you for your tutorial!Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!AllieMakes.Blogspot.com
Very cute and simple idea! I stumbled this post!
First time visiting your site - very cute! And I had to look to see how to make the flowers. I'm about to make an outdoor wreath and these would be a great addition - though not sure about the tissue paper lasting outside!Have a good weekend!
Soo pretty! I can't keep real flowers in our home because of my husband's allergies. This would be a fun substitute! :)
Very cute! I'm featuring this over at womenwhodoitall.blogspot.com
Love this idea- I want to make it too!
Wow! So simple, yet look how awesome it comes out! I love this : )craft-interrupted.blogspot.com
LOVE these! They are my favorite flower! Gotta put these up somewhere in the house!
I love this idea! Super cute! Thanks for sharing with us! :)
Gorgeous & perfect for spring. Would love if you linked this to this week's Craftastic Monday:)
came from TT&J - so pretty! and perfect timing - I was giving my friend branch/flower ideas for centerpieces for baby girl's baptism. sending this to her right now!
So pretty! I love it!Rachel @ Maybe Matilda
Very clever! Love the pinkcome enter my GiVeAwaychickhardware.blogspot.com
Such a brilliant idea! Those are so cute.Sell WoW Account
I love your flowers! I was so inspired that I tried making them for myself. So glad I did! I featured you on my blog as my inspiration at http://firesidestudio.blogspot.com/2011/03/revised-spring-tree.htmlThanks for sharing!
This is really gorgeous. I found this link through April @ Cup of Delight. I'll be making this for our homeschooling group. Thank you for the tutorial. I'm following!
This looks so cute and easy enough that even I could do it!! :)
Amazed to see how just simple tissue paper turned to be a great flower decoration...and these blossoms are so elegant... Time to try these out for my home! Thank you!
So nice idea! An so simple to do it! Thanks =)
I love it!!! Found from Fox Hollow Cottage. I have tons of dead branches that I picked up when my city was pruning the trees in my neighborhood. Thank you for sharing! PS I host a linky party every Friday-Sunday. I would LOVE it if you had time to stop by to link this project up!
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