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aaaannnnnd done.

Portrait of a ton of work!
The last flower

Oh. oh. oh. The humanity. The poetry. The sheer beauty of our blood, sweat, and tears... oh, AND the melodrama, there's that too.
That's the last you'll hear from me until Monday folks. I'll be in The MiddleofNowhere for the wedding. No internet, no cell phones. No blog. But there sure is going to be some fun when I get back. You bet your bippy.

26 comments:

ms. spinach on 3:19 AM

these are so *incredibly* beautiful. i'm completely in awe.

Robin on 8:09 AM

O man o man o man. I am in love. Too bad my own wedding is in 3 weeks and I can't change my colors...please post photos of them up & lit at the wedding!

Bee on 8:54 AM

you have to post the directions for those beauties! they're gorgeous!

Jessica on 1:27 PM

I can't believe someone actually spent all the time to makes these. These are unbelievable, congratulations on these wonderful flowers!

MCRBride on 1:28 PM

I can't wait to see how they looked at the wedding :) !

V on 2:00 PM

they're beautiful!!! please tell how you made them! i'd love to make something like that for my sister's bridal shower.

Krizia on 4:57 PM

Oh my, I never realized how huge they are! They're so beautiful, and SO worth all the effort you all put into them!

Marissa on 12:13 AM

These are gorgeous! I can't wait to see pictures of them in their element

A on 9:22 PM

oh my god..... these are absolutely, amazingly, gorgeously beautiful! Please tell us how you made these! Fantastick!

joy on 8:38 AM

OH MY GOODNESS!!! they are amazing!

christine on 9:51 AM

if you get the chance, i would love to learn how to make these!

Renee on 1:24 AM

Holy WOW!!! I look at a mind-numbing amount of stuff every day and these beauties stopped me dead in my tracks. Sensational! And what an incredible labor of love. Count me in with those who would love to know how they were created and who are dying to see photos of them hanging and lit at the wedding. Congratulations!

Kate on 5:25 AM

Absolutely beautiful, I'm glad such hard work has paid off so wonderfully!

h on 8:05 AM

these are gorgeous. my sister is having a bridal shower soon and i would love to make these for her...can you please provide instruction? oh so pretty!!!!! i love your site, btw. i've totally bookmarked it.

cruststation on 8:35 AM

These are so beautiful, colours are so vibrant and happy. So much hard work, hope everyone have a great time at the wedding.

Audrey on 11:19 AM

Oh my goodness! You are incredibly talented and these are absolutely-hands-down the MOST amazing DIY project I have ever seen!! Martha would bow down. Please please please post instructions when you have time!

erin on 12:19 PM

Those have got to be the coolest paper flowers I have ever seen in my entire life. They would be perfect to send to my friend in Japan, whose birthday is approaching. Please tell us how you made them. Or if you will sell me some.

waisze on 2:21 PM

WOW!! How orginal and beautiful!! I love it!

sooishi on 4:56 AM

That's so beautiful, bravo, bravo!!

Mia on 2:01 AM

These are just gorgeous. I am completely in love with them.
Cheers
Mia

Laura on 4:09 PM
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Lady on 5:29 PM

Wow.

Anonymous on 6:12 PM

another plea for you to give us directions on how to make them! please!!!

melanie on 12:40 PM

how about a post asking if anyone wants to buy these for their own wedding? ;-)

cherry on 11:07 PM

hey can anyone of good heart share to me how to this masterpiece was made?..please kindly email instructions to paloma_cher@yahoo.com..

lisalyn on 7:15 PM

Absolutely beautiful! I'm sharing this on my blog on Friday with a link back to you...they are just to nice not to share! :) Great idea....even thinking of it for the wedding I'm working on, we'll see. :)