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DIY Wedding
My Kissing Balls

Here they are....after the advice from a few wonderful brides...I finally finished one of my kissing balls for the aisle. It took what seems like forever to make the flowers to make this but it turned out sooo much better than I had thought. Let me know what you ladies think.

Now just another 5000 more flowers to finish all of my balls lol
sweetlatina's Purple wedding
 |  West haven, CT, USA  |  03/15/2009  | 
Looks great! How did you make it? I'm thinking of doing this myself for the church pews. Thanks
amandaskeefer's Pink wedding
 |  Missoula, MT, USA  |  03/15/2009  | 
Those look great. I used a variety of different things in my pomanders. Talk about time consuming!
soon2bmrsogden's Pink wedding
 |  Baton rouge, LA, USA  |  03/16/2009  | 
It was pretty easy, just time consuming. I used tissue paper, like the kind you put in gift bags and just zig-zag folded them, folded them in half, and kept it in place with floral wire. Here is the link I used to help me with mine.

http://racetotheaisle.blogspot.com/2008/09/diy-pomanders.html
tiggre99's Red wedding
 |  Herndon, VA, USA  |  03/16/2009  | 
Your pomander looks great!  I was originally going to do the tissue paper pomanders, but fell in love with the crepe paper flowers oldhollywoodbride did.  Excellent job.
canjaz5's Pink wedding
 |  Indianapolis, IN, USA  |  03/17/2009  | 
They look GREAT!  Very creative!
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pinkbride
 |  Calgary, AB, Canada  |  03/24/2009  | 
Ok I am a little bit inspired :)
I may try to do this!!! I'm trying to be crafty with no success so far!!!

Ps the dress I'm selling on my page is $900 shipping included!!
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