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Old 06-02-2011, 04:37
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Default Re: Singed flowers- how many layers?

When I have made my singed flowers I basic just go with what looks good. My larger ones can have from 7 to 12 layers. My medium sized ones usually have aound 5-7 layers and my small ones usually have around 5 layers.

Some people prefer the simple looking ones with less layers and some prefer more full ruffled ones.
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Old 06-02-2011, 06:49
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Default Re: Singed flowers- how many layers?

Originally Posted by BlessedMom View Post
This is mine, but I am new at this. Mine doesn't look near as good as some of the others on here.
I think this is just adorable. Great job and we all think our work is so so but it's not. A++++++++++++++
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