Sunday, October 31, 2010

I did it, look out Martha Stewart! And now also Aussie Wordless Wednesay.

Remember my plan was to get all crafty and attempt to do some paper pom poms just like Martha Stewart and Maxabella Loves

...well here they are, and we all loved them so much that the girls now have one hanging in each of their rooms.




What do you think?




Due to illness, I am using my Sunday post for the WW. Expect to be back to full strength and new post next week.

Happy wordless Wednesday!






P.S. I have a giveaway in the post just down below, join in if you are an Aussie.

32 comments:

  1. very nice looking forward to many more !

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  2. Super impressive. Hope they last for ages. x

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  3. Beautiful - could these be addictive?

    Thanks for commenting on my flower pressing post - with roses I would try a few different methods - the whole rose, the buds, the petals - you could try reconstruction the petals once they're dry if you're super keen!

    x Sarah

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  4. You rock! Well done. I saw Maxabella's in the flesh and these are totally on par. Good job new-Martha!

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  5. i'm very impressed...

    i am normally not great at getting crafty but maybe, just maybe I should give these a go too...

    gill xo

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  6. Gorgeous! A while back I made tiny tiny ones and sticky taped them to a large paper tree Dardo and I had made and sticky taped to his bedroom wall. It ... kinda didn't look so great, actually.

    But yours look fantastic! I either want to do something like that or buy some of those Chinese paper lanterns for Dardo's bedroom.

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  7. I like! I've had the tutorial bookmarked for ages and it's on my list of things to do :)

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  8. they are just FAB - they are on my list to try as well. x

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  9. Oh I love, they are so beautiful. I might just have to make some myself :)

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  10. Absolutely fantastic! They are just gorgeous! I've been wanting to make these for ages - were they difficult?

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  11. They are sooooo pretty! I should try making one for Annabelle's room!

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  12. well done with the flowers - hope you get feeling better soon :)

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  13. Great job!!! Hope you feel better soon..

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  14. Very good! They look lovely :)

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  15. They look great! Hope you feel better.

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  16. They look fantastic. I must do some for Christmas with my girls.

    Hope you feel better soon.

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  17. Beautiful! I'm decorating two little girl rooms at the moment, we will have to make some of these!

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  18. I saw some of these at the halloween party we went to and I LOVED them! so excited to get the link on how to make them!! thanks :)

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  19. More than the pompoms (which are pretty, by the way!), I love the color of the walls in the kids' rooms!

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  20. Those pom poms are gorgeous. Thanks for hosting :-)

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  21. my friend made some of these for a baby shower/blessingway recently.. just gorgeous! Hope you are feeling better soon!

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  22. I can see why your girls loved them so much...you did a great job...

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  23. I'm impressed! They came out beautiful!

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  24. That pink pom-pom is su cute! Do they have magical significance? I might need one in my girl's room =)

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