3-D Flower Templates
May 31, 2011

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Rachel (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
I love the two templates in this webisode. I think the flowers are just awesome. I was wondering which papers were used to make the cluster of roses in the first project of the webisode. I think that this scrapbook page was just beautiful.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We agree, those flowers are lovely! They were made using the Batik Paper Pack (4004166).
Sandy Lane (posted 3 years ago)
My best success is to glue & weigh them down till they dry.
Caroline Bredeson (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Your demonstrations are most helpful, and really help to showcase the excellent designs. I am more tempted to purchase tools and items when I have an idea how to use them. Thanks for the continues inspiration!
Jenny (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Thank you for all the web-lessons. I am once again inspired
Dawn (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
The roses are stunning.
I really enjoy your webisodes. The only way they could get better is to have one everyday.
Annette (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Love this webisode. I just received my rolled flowers template last night and have started to play around with it. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration, as always!
Susan (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Ladies, you out did your selves...these flowers are awesome!! I found if you score the peaks and valleys first before you try to fold, its alot easier to fold them. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!!!
gladys m stefane (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
love your show as usual keep up the good work
Theresa (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I love making and adding flowers to my designs. I have found that a two pound bag of rice, I usually encase mine in fabric, works great at a weight for glueing. The bag conforms to shapes without crushing things. I heard this as a tip years ago and it still works great.
Dianne (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I love the flowers, but how can a page be put in an album with the flowers attached? They make the page too thick...the same for a card. How do you post a card or envelope it? Can you please give me some suggestions as I love the effect! Thanks.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
For a card with the thicker roses and pleated flowers, they can be hand-delivered or tucked in a shallow box to be mailed. The scrapbook page would be thicker with the roses but fine with the other flowers on the 3-D Flower Template. The Pleated Flowers are a bit thicker and if you don't want them on your page, use them on a framed page or even on a wooden frame.
Nina (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Have watched your webisodes for a couple of years now and still enjoy each one. Thank you so much for all the ideas and fun.
Iris (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Wowza! These are beautiful! Thank you once again for something so pretty. Thanks all! Iris
Susan (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I'm sure this will be a very popular template. Gorgeous results!
Jennifer M (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Beautiful projects! I loved the wreath of roses. Gorgeous! Thank you for such a great demonstration of these templates ladies. :)
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