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    Default Floating Teacup

    I'm sure you've all come across floating teacups were the cup appears to be suspended in mid air and flowers are pouring out of it into a saucer. I had a go at making one for the current theme at the CD Sunday Blog which is my choice of theme - Say It With Flowers. Here's some photos of it:

    7a May 21st Say It With Flowers.jpg 7b May 21st Say It With Flowers.jpg 7c May 21st Say It With Flowers.jpg

    I printed backing papers from several CDs onto card and die cut the flowers. The full instructions on how I made it are on my blog.
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    This is just stunning, the flowers are fabulous x
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    That's beautiful, I love it.
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    I love flowers

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    Beautiful - loving the colours.
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    Thank you all. I must admit that I am really pleased with how it turned out - it's now on my coffee table.

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    It's amazing thank you so much for sharing.
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    oh wow PJP, that's so lovely, thank you for sharing - I'm off to see how you did it now............
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    Two and two make four...........but now and then they add up to three and occasionally, just occasionally its five !

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    Thanks again everyone. And Glingle thank you for your lovely comments on my blog.

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    I love it !
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    What a brilliant project! I love it. I've had a closer look on your blog too.
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