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January 20, 2014

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Stella

Each and every post of you is making my jaw drop. Looking at one beauty and scrolling down I find another beauty. I can write a comment as long as a bookpage but is it enough when I tell you that I love this post and that you are such an inspiration? This is breathtaking!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures

Your blog is always glamourous things. Just beautiful flowers you have created. Lovelies from all the others designs too. A windy, snowy inside day here so will be fun to check them all out. Thanks

Patty O'Malley

It's always a joy to see a new blog post from you, Melis! I love each of these projects. The flowers are so gorgeous! Do you make them to sell separately?

Marcia Hill

Beautiful inspiration today Melissa...love it all! I especially love the flowers you made...do you use a die for them, or just start with a strip of material and start gathering at the base? Thanks and have a wonderful day! :0)

Randi Marque

Gorgeous!!! Do you have a tutorial for your beautiful flowers???

JoAnn

Lovely, as usual! I love the flowers, too!

Becky Green

sigh!!!! SUCH BEAUTY on a COLD, SNOWY, WINTERY DAY!!!!!!;) Just makes me want to SNUGGLE IN & CREATE!!!!!!!!;) ALL GORGEOUS CREATIONS, but my FAVORITE???? Your TATTERED FLOWERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) THAT is what I need to get, the supplies to MAKE some!!!!!!!:)Have you EVER done a TUTORIAL MELISSA???? STAY WARM!!!!!!!:)

angelina

Hello Melis! Lovely creations!
Please tell us how to (try) to do such gorgeous flowers!!
As you did with the ribbon knots with papertrey ink (maybe?)
Thanks a lot for sharing them!!
Maybe you can sell them on etsy!! (I will buy them!)
Take care my dear hugs from Mexico!!

Judy G

The designs and materials are indeed lovely, but is your extraordinary ability to translate them into a true art form that makes your work stand head and shoulders above the rest. I continue to stand in awe.

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