mollytigger: I love this tutorial! I have always wanted to try this.
Carolyn B: Love it! Great tutorial! TFS! Carolyn
mushcake56: oh those are so pretty! and the pull bow is magic i swear O_O
OpaqueWhisper: Now that's a good idea and Asda sell the Hersheys Kisses over here, tfs
Ida Lewis: So very cute Becca, love it.
jhoclueless: That is such a clever idea! I enjoyed this tutorial a lot! You're great at
these tutorials... I like how you coached your hubby into making it too and
gave him a thumbs up! Btw, I've never seen a pull up bow before... That's
amazing! Lol! Hugs!
Crafty Loops: OMG can we get Hershey Kisses in the UK? Ive never seen them, not in
Northern Ireland anyway. Where did you find them Becca, if you don't mind
me asking? That leaf fold you did is very similar to an origami flower
tutorial. I have a tutorial for it on my blog, I have the video to edit yet
(Grrrr to video editing, heehee)! But they make gorgeous wee flowers. This
is a lovely wee idea Becca, verybeautiful and yummy at the same time, lol.
Well done to Hubby too, his rose was perfect. Lee x
Jared Castillo: what do you do with the pencil
CHRONICSCRAPPER: super cute idea tfs.
TheMissHaven: Great tutorial :) love it !! :)
SoGirly Solis: while she was using the ruler she marked with her pencil where she needed
to cut or fold
Jared Castillo: Hahaha butt
ScrapFromScratch: I did something VERY similar for my wedding decor :) I just used red
cellophane instead of using the tissue under... and then I used flower
leaves from some silk flowers. I loved it.
Siddiqa Varachhia: That is an excellent idea and very unique. Thank you for the lovely
tutorial. Sid x x
CraftsDotCupCake: @CraftyLoops Hi Lee, I found the Hershey Kisses at Asda, but there's also a
couple of retro sweet shops that are selling them now.. If worst comes to
worst, I've found them online before too.. :) I must say, the ones you see
on the video are the almond hershey and they are delicious.. lol :) xoxo
24jenga: TFS!!! This will make my mom smile so much. (my daddy passed just recently)
thanks for a great idea!!
CraftsDotCupCake: Yes, Red Cellophane is definitely an option, but I figured using tissue
means you can make them any color you like, and tissue paper is a lot
easier to find than colored cellophane.. :) tfw xoxo
sassyscrappers: Ooh I want one. Will you be my valentine??? lol Hugs Bonnie
Jenny Li: you weren't clear on how to fold and cut the paper. I literally had to
measure every single one.
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