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I love it and it is something that can be kept in your family for generations to come!!
 

Originally Posted by noelles View Post


every pin and earing are either from my jewelery box or deceased now, mom, grandmother, great grandmother, great aunt, living aunt previous mother in law, new mother in law sister.  Each one has a story, the butterfly on the top was actually part of a wind chime my FH gave me the first time we met, it had gotten broken in a move and I never let go of the pieces, so it all has meaning and it makes me smile, that said, my sister noted I may have to put wheels on the darn thing, its getting very very heavy



 



 

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that is soooo coool! i will be making one too soon, and will post the picts i just have to decide on what i want to do. i know i want an all solid color, and then mix in with fake silk flowers.. idk

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Ok, I made mine for my wedding....kind of. I prepared all of the brooches ahead of time and then showed my florist a pic of the original brooch/flower bouquet on here. It came out EXACTLY like I wanted, but be warned, my arm was tired of holding it after all the pic, dang it was heavy. All of my guests loved it. It was so unique and added that extra bling I was looking for. I got all of my brooches off eBay. I stuck to the advice of setting a price limit. I got each of mine for $4 or less. I also made some from my BM's bouquets. For theirs I got them each a starfish and then one thing that reflected their personality - I wound up getting these from Michaels in the necklace/bead section.

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It's so beautiful, and you looked gorgeous!! Wow, stunning!

 

You just put my mind at ease. I've been wondering how this will look with a white dress and white roses... thank you for posting!! So I guess I'll have to start working on my arm muscles now! cheesy.gif

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