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Wow, that's genius. Thanks!
What a great idea! Thanks for the tutorial. =)
Wow, those are so cheerful! You could even use them to decorate other things around the house! I may try making these with a thinner fabric and embellishing a shirt. =P
Actually, she probably could have dipped eggshells into white chocolate in an attempt to make a shell, too. Hm. This has so many possibilities!
@Loise Quatorze: From the picture, I'd guess some kind of milk jello and either dried apricots or baby food. Oh, wait, she listed plastic eggs and lemon curd. Whoops. xD
(Although I left my interpretation in my comment because I think it's just a different version.) =)
Nooo!! Why didn't I see this a few days ago? I finally lost my ring at work after a week of it getting losing it in my bath mittens because it was too big. Gah...Oh, well. Thanks for the idea, though; I'll keep it in mind when I get another ring. =)
OMG, that is genius. O_O
Talk about an inexpensive place card! I can totally imagine covering these in tissue paper and sticking the names in for a wedding; thanks for the idea!!
@Maura H.--You just gave me a great idea for inexpensive wedding favors!! :D
I think my co-worker bought them, but someone definitely made them. Maybe Etsy? They're pretty simple. Just cuta trapezoid shape out of red paper to match the bag and stick it to the bag about an inch or two from the top so you can fold the top back. (I'd suggest putting glue or tape on the bottom half of the roof part so that when you fold the top back you can't see the bag around it.) Make the lines, and you have Snoopy's house. After that, you just need to cut out a picture of Snoopy and Woodstock to glue on the top of the trapezoid you cut out of red paper. When you're all done, add any details, fold the top back, and you're done. =)
I made these for a co-worker's daughter's baby shower this past weekend. They were a HIT!!
Whoops, I meant to ask if this was the version in the tutorial or the one you mentioned at the end for the thicker flower. >.<
Hm. Just thought of this: Are the flowers in the picture the single or double-layer version?
This is a really great idea, but I was wondering: Do you scrape the shaving cream off after the paper is dry or when it's wet? Thanks for the tutorial. =)
You just gave me a GREAT idea...Thank you. =)
Ooh, great idea! :D
It was that simple?? Thank you! Might refer back here the next time I need centerpieces. =)
I am in awe of your genius. I can't believe I didn't think of this. >_<
Wow, what a great idea! Too bad I don't have any bras to spare. =(
Aww...That is sooo cute....and so funny! xD
Wow, that's incredibly creative. O_O
Thank you!! I've been wondering how they made rainbow yarn/embroidery floss for the longest time!
Ooh, what a great idea! Might keep this in mind for wedding decorations. =)
Ooh, thanks for this! I didn't know you could buy coconut oil in a store; I'll have to go find some so I can make this! My little sister has Eczema, and the lotions we've tried just make it worse, so I'll definitely be trying this. Is there an essential oil you'd recommend for Eczema or extremely dry skin?
This. Is. Beautiful. O.O
Too bad I have nowhere to wear this to. =(
Great job, though; thanks for posting this. =)
I second the "OMG". O_O
Wow, those would be perfect for anything! Baby/wedding showers, favors...snacks...>_>
Thanks for the great tutorial!
Thanks for the fave, and welcome to Cut Out+ Keep! =)
Thanks! I'm hoping to improve the hood the next time when I make one for myself. =)
And a Gir rave would be pretty funny. xD
Wow, thank you! So much detail....You made it so easy to understand. =)
ROFL...Wow, that has to be one of the coolest things I've ever seen done to a Barbie doll. xD
Hm...It kind of looks like this would work well if you were trying to create a Harley Quinn doll. Awesome. =D
YESS! I'm thinking about having a wedding reception at a nearby park, and these might just be the kind of centerpieces I need! Although, to keep a uniform appearance and to make sure it matches my colors, I think I'll use small squares of tissue paper to cover the lollipops first. Inexpensive, but effective. Thank you so much for posting this! =D
This is genius! Thanks for posting this. =)
Love the poem. xD
These are so simple!! Thank you so much for posting this; I'll definitely be using this!
Can't wait to try this; I have a TON of scraps lying around. Thanks for sharing! =)
Wow, those are really beautiful! Congratulations. =)
That was really impressive; I'll have to try that. Thanks! =)
Ooh, I like this! And that was a great reminder about the fabric being inside-out in Step 2, by the way. =)
OMG--Step 11 is genius! Using a zig-zag stitch so the hem doesn't roll? Why didn't I think of that?! Thanks for sharing! =D
Hm, these would also be a great substitute for seating cards if you displayed the tags on a branch or something. Thanks for the inspiration. =)
Just lint and water, really? Does it stay together, or would it be a good idea to add some glue to the water?
OMG, I cannot WAIT to try this with my little sister! Thanks for sharing! =D
You did that with bleach?? Wow, the results are great; thanks for sharing such an awesome idea. =)
Wow, this is incredible! Can't wait to try it; thanks for sharing/creating this awesome tutorial. =)
That hoodie looks great! Does the spray paint affect the zipper at all?
I wonder if this would work for a budget wedding dress. Great idea; thanks for sharing. =)
OMG--Did you just basically teach me how to make a shoe?? @_@
Incredible; thank you!
Oh, excellent! I rarely wear dresses, but when I have to it's always the same relatives, so this is great for me. One easy-to-make dress that I can wear a million different ways. *Sigh* Problem solved. =)
THANK YOU!! I'm going to make one for my mom, one for me, one for my sis-in-law....=D
Wow, thank you for sharing this! I can't believe it's that easy! xD
Hm. My little sister and I just started playing the Poke'mon trading card game--I wonder if this will work for deck boxes. o_O
Thanks for the idea. =)
Wow, this is one of the best origami tutorials I have ever seen/read. Thanks for sharing this; I'll definitely be trying this soon!
Wow, that's really GOOD. O_O
Wow...My parents would kill me if I used markers on the wall, but you've definitely given me some inspiration for my bare walls. I think I'll cut these out of black paper with an Xacto and either use brightly colored tissue paper to show through the wings, or just put the cut outs up and let my light green walls show through. Thanks so much for sharing!
Wow, what a great idea! I can't wait to make these for my friends, but I'll have to find something else for the patty because my BF doesn't eat chocolate. My little sister is really going to love helping me make these!
OMG, you're a genius!! Can't wait to make this for my mom; she's going to love it!
Do you think this would work with powder/mineral makeup?
OMG--They're so easy! Thank you for sharing this!!
Wow, these are STUNNING. O_O
And your dresses are beautiful, by the way. Congrats! =)
For tip 4, if you've just run out of lipgloss, you could take the tubes and stand them in a mug of hot water to make the gloss in the tube settle to the bottom. It should give you a bit more gloss to use. I found this tip in a Michelle Phan video on Youtube. =)