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  • Carrie Lott

    DIY blooms made of styrofoam ball, q-tips, flower stems, and food coloring! So fun. I'll definitely have to try.

  • Cindy Davidson

    Anthropologie Inspired Blooms - qtips, styrofoam ball and food coloring!

  • Kitty ♥

    DIY CRAFTS Q- tip flowers

  • April The Great

    "Anthropologie inspired blooms tutorial - who would ever think q-tips dipped in food coloring could be so cute?" craft night anyone?

  • Karen Joosten

    DIY Anthropologie inspired spring blooms.

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