Monday, August 29, 2011

How to Make a Paper Flower Backdrop: Part 1, Basic Flowers

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20 comments:

  1. Love, love , love the tutorial. I'm making my daughter's 1st bday in November and this background would be perfect for the theme.
    Thank you for taking the time to this!

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  2. Oh this is so exciting! I am looking forward to each post and saving this amazing idea!!

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  3. Wow!!! I loved this backdrop but thought it must have been a commercial project so l put it in the too hard basket but I am excited to learn more and so happy you are sharing your know how!! It is just a gorgeous backdrop and would make an impact at any occasion!!! Thanks for taking the time to share!!

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  4. This is so neat and the perfect back drop I want to have at my daughter's 1st bday party! Love!!

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  5. Sooo pretty and creative!!! Can't wait to see how you finish up the project!!!

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  6. Thank you for sharing this! It would be the perfect backdrop for a mother's day brunch or adding a little edge of embossing glitter would be fun too! I love how yours turned out...so creative!

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  7. Thanks for sharing, love the idea and the your tutorial!

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  8. thank you so much for sharing your beautiful backdrop! I noticed it in the photos and thought it was so amazing!

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  9. Such a show-stopping piece! And you are so sweet & generous to share the complete step-by-step process! This would be fabulous for a bridal shower, don't you think?

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  10. I love the overall simplicity in this whole party design, but the backdrop is definitely a stunner. Thanks for sharing the "how to".

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  11. The event styling is sublime! Thank you for posting DIY instructions for the flower backdrop! I need to make this for my next birthday party.

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  12. Gorgeous!!! Elegant and makes a world of difference! Can't wait to make this with our friends for my baby sister's baby shower in November! Thank you oh so much!!

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  13. Eu nao sei que papel é esse, você pode me ajudar no nome do papel?? :):(

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  14. So so lovely!!! So, after you've made the flowers. Are they all just glued, or otherwise attached, to large backdrop-sized strip of the same paper? Or is it something more substantial on which they're mounted?

    Also: how many hours do you estimate this project took you, all told?

    Thanks so much!

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  15. Whoops! You answered both of my questions in Parts II and III. Thank you for such a wonderful and thorough tutorial!!

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  16. How did you hang it on the wall? It's absolutely stunning!

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