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Old 02-05-2011, 02:26
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Default What did you do with your 'wedding destash' flowers?

A while ago one of you lovely ladies destashed a BUNCH of small white/pink flowers that you got from a wedding planner or something. I was wondering, if you bought some, what have you done with them? I was going to put rhinestones in the centers and put them on headbands/elastic but I am having a heck of a time getting the layers apart without ripping them. I need some inspiration. Any help/tips/ideas? Thanks
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Old 02-05-2011, 06:49
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Default Re: What did you do with your 'wedding destash' flowers?

I haven't made much with mine yet but these are two headbands/clips that I've used them on.

First one is actually two of them on a baby snap clip, the second one is just one on skinny elastic and the last one is the same as the first just with the ivory flowers. They are simple but cute.
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Old 02-05-2011, 07:57
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Default Re: What did you do with your 'wedding destash' flowers?

I don't have pics of mine on my phone. But what I did was take those cutters that cut shanks off of buttons. They are flat. I just get to the base of those centers and snip them all off. They are pretty easy to get off with those. I havet had any petals rip yet, but it's bc I'm not pulling the centers, I am cutting them down flat. Then I glue a rhinestone or pearl center and I'm done
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Default Re: What did you do with your 'wedding destash' flowers?

I put mine on skinny elastic.
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Default Re: What did you do with your 'wedding destash' flowers?

Here's one I did:


I cut out the stamens and used a small jewel instead :P
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I haven't made much with mine yet but these are two headbands/clips that I've used them on.

First one is actually two of them on a baby snap clip, the second one is just one on skinny elastic and the last one is the same as the first just with the ivory flowers. They are simple but cute.
Gorgeous
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Here's one I did:


I cut out the stamens and used a small jewel instead :P
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elegant love that pink
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I haven't made much with mine yet but these are two headbands/clips that I've used them on.

First one is actually two of them on a baby snap clip, the second one is just one on skinny elastic and the last one is the same as the first just with the ivory flowers. They are simple but cute.
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Here's one I did:

I cut out the stamens and used a small jewel instead :P
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Those are both great! I love them!
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I didnt do anything but stick them on some skinny!

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Old 02-06-2011, 02:59
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I haven't made much with mine yet but these are two headbands/clips that I've used them on.


First one is actually two of them on a baby snap clip, the second one is just one on skinny elastic and the last one is the same as the first just with the ivory flowers. They are simple but cute.
looks so cute! thanks

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I don't have pics of mine on my phone. But what I did was take those cutters that cut shanks off of buttons. They are flat. I just get to the base of those centers and snip them all off. They are pretty easy to get off with those. I havet had any petals rip yet, but it's bc I'm not pulling the centers, I am cutting them down flat. Then I glue a rhinestone or pearl center and I'm done
i never would've thought to do it that way...I'm used to the flowers just falling apart pretty much when you cut the center, thanks for the tip!

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I didnt do anything but stick them on some skinny!

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skinny elastic it is! thanks for the tips ladies
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