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Linda E

BEAUTIFUL! Thanks for the step-by-step instructions, Becky. I can't wait to try this technique!

Erin Morley

Awesome idea! I have tonnes of ripped-knee, blown out butt jeans that I have saved for the purpose of crafting. Maybe I'll have to give this technique a try!


oh I love that !!!! thanks for sharing with us Becky ;-)



Miriam Prantner

What a great tutorial!

emily pitts

very cute flower! love the idea, it looks so pretty and so simple to put together! thank you!


So happy to see the tutorial, bought some tshirts at a thrift store. Gonna try it:))

Roxanne McCleary

This is pretty cool, I'm gonna pin it right now, thanks a ton!!!


I am always looking for something for a craft for my grand daughter and me to work on and I just found one! We go out to my craft room from http://roomstogrowusa.web12.hubspot.com/hobbyrooom/ and have so much out there. Another new project for us, thanks!

Dorina D

How innovative and so easy. Thanks for a great tutorial.


Thanks for the awesome tutorial, this will be a great way of using some the baby clothes into a layout.


Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! Going to raid DH's old shirt drawer today!!!

Stacy H-W

Great tutorial!!! LOVE that flower. I will definitely be making some. And aren't you brilliant with the "needle" of stapled paper!! That would work well with the We R Memory Keepers Sew Ribbon too if you didn't have any of their "needles". Great idea.


It's beautiful! Can't wait to try it with burlap! Thanks for the tutorial!

Kimberly S.

Awesome tutorial!!! Thanks :)


So simple, yet so impressive! Thanks for sharing!

Bev W.

Cool beans!!! Thanks so much for the tut! I think I might have the perfect fabric for this:)


Thanks for the great tutorial!

Toni K

Awesome! Thanks for the idea!!!

Rose Stannell

Love the tutorial. So simple but so beautiful. Thanks.

Lynn s

Omg that is so cool


Thanks so much for showing us how to make these flowers!! Great Job! :-)


Thank you for the tutorial. I'm going to save this tutorial.
Hoping I have time to try this over the weekend!

kim shroba

these would be adorable on headbands.


Wow!! Super cool Flower! I can't wait to try this at home. Thanks for a great tutorial!!


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