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Old 04-17-2012, 12:51
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Just to clarify...you guys do take out ALL of the plastic right??
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:15
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Just to clarify...you guys do take out ALL of the plastic right??
You might find the results of this poll interesting: http://hipgirlclips.com/forums/how-m...s-yea-nay.html
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Just to clarify...you guys do take out ALL of the plastic right??
I do, but Dede's poll was rather interesting. I didn't realize that other's don't:

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Also, I think that if the flower is too round and tall, it does not sit very nice on a head, like many roses. Other than that (and even that ), it is all a matter of opinion. Of course there are always colors that classically sell well, (basics like light pink, white, cream, fuchsia, etc) but make certain that you also use colors and elements that show your personality. Remember; YOU SELL. If your personality comes through in your product then people respond. I wish you lots of fun in the craft aisle and much success!!
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I agree with Krista.

I once bought a stash of flowers that were preglued and had the stone in the middle, and the price was dirt cheap.

But after taking apart about 12 of those preglued flowers, I had enough. I normally sew my flowers after I take out all the plastic bits.

After I took apart the layers of the preglued flowers, I couldn't get all the glue off, so sewing them was impossible. I had to glue the layers back...I hate to use glue, unless absolutely necessarily I can hand sew faster than I can glue, plus, it's not as messy

No more preglued flowers for me. I'd rather pay more for completely unglued flowers.
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