Thank you tons for sharing!! These are amazing and the most realistic I've seen on the website by far! Great job, and I'm super excited to try this since I have the same materials :)
Looks beautiful! Great work! Thanks for sharing!
great tutorial thanks
Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial. Yours were the best I had ever seen and I've been dying to try them.
Hooray! Great job on your tutorial! Thanks so much for taking the time to teach us. I can't wait to try them out!
LOL! It took me long enough. Thanks for your nice comments.
They look amazing. Thank you for sharing. :)
Thanks! Love this daisy!
Awesome! Thank you so much! I am pretty sure these are the best I have ever seen!
Thank you this is awesome!! quick question: where did you get your small torch?? never knew they make them so small. Thank you again!!
Beautiful flowers, and thank you for posting the tutorial.
Thank you all! @ Rosie2, I got my small torch at Harbor Freight. It is a discount hardware store here in the West. I think it was only $6.00, but even though it says it is refillable, I could never get it to work. I ended up throwing it out.
im so glad to see this done.i have a wedding cake coming up to do and it has gerbera dasies.will be trying this.
I love your work with these flowers...thank you for sharing with us so that we might be able to do this also!
Thank you for your tutorial. Can't wait to try making some.
thanks for sharing ,mine came out realy nice !
love it, thank`s for posting this tutorial.
please, what is the size of the cutters (diameter)? These are just perfect!
perfect flowers! i thought they were real ones! thanks for sharing!
Thank you! This is a great tutorial.
Awesome tutorial and just an FYI, you can get the torch at a local smoke shop as they are used to light cigars and refillable. A decent one costs about 15.00 but it will last you forever!
Any way you can make a video tutorial? I learn best by watching and these are gorgeous!
Beautiful flowers! Thank you for sharing!
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