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05/01/2012

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Calling it Home

I could not figure out how it was assembled. I thought it would have been floral tape, but now I see the pins. I think this is stunning, and I have never seen or heard of this before you blogged about it. Thanks!!

Mimi

Some glamelias are wired, pinned and or glued. It's an amazing art. Happy you learned something new!

Amy

Really amazing!

Thanks for sharing this at last week's Drab to Fab party!

This week's party is now live! Come on back and share more of what you have been working on! (Old or new)

http://www.amynjesse.com/2012/05/its-time-to-get-our-inspiration-on-i.html

Have a great weekend! :)

Amy @ Sugar and Spice

Vermontwedding.com

Hmm. I better read the the first part before spoiling this story out.

Mimi

Glamelias are quite interesting. You're right. You'll get the whole story better if you start with part 1. Please visit "The Glamelia Project" pinboard on Pinterest. Fly Me to The Moon Florists. Thanks so much for your comment.

Lindsey

So I was taught to make them with gladiolas. And we actually wired them, like a spiral and taped every once in a while as you went.

Mimi

Thanks for sharing your technique for making glamelias. The gladiola glamelias are one of my favorites.

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