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These are amazingly beautiful! How long did it take you to complete one? Thank you for posting such a thorough DIY!
WOW!! These look so intricate, but you make it look easy I might just have to give these a try! Thanks so much for sharing
Thank you! I put together a few templates, then added the framework to each of them, then filled in the spaces, etc., so I would guess 1-2 hours each.
Thank you! Definitely try them, they’re a lot of fun!
These are incredible! I think they’d be lovely ornaments…and I’m sure you could do a similar framework, for, say, feathers.
Thanks! You can definitely use this technique on all kinds of shapes!
Woooow so exaiting! Amazing way! Thank you share how to make it! I’m going to try it soon 😉
Thank you for this fantastic tutorial!
Thank you so much, this is great!
Hi there, your work is beautiful! I made some flowers and butterflies the same way . A good tip is to cover your drawing with contact paper, then there is no need for multiple layers of paper. It fold and bends also very easy while you work.
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This looks wonderful and fairly easy to make! Can’t wait to try this out.
Thanks for sharing!
Excellent detailed tutorial. I’ve never tried lace…I think i will now.
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I just made one but used a very heavy machine embroidery stabiliser as the base and it is very firm and reusable
Great tutorial!! Can’t wait to try. Thx;)
Very useful tutorial. I’ll try it…hope it works!
Hi! This is a very understandable andsimply amazing! I was just wondering, do you have a template for the leaves? Can i ask for it? I, for the life of me, can’t make a very good leaf so if anyone could share a template or stencil just like the one here, with varying shapes, that would be perfect! Please and thank you!
hello… thx very much for this great tutorial… i very loved it! i only can say…thx..thx .. thx
These leaves are great! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I’m making ivy leaves for my wedding dress!
Very nice and always successful.
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