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Conversation Between cbet and BohemianBelle
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  1. BohemianBelle
    04-21-2016 08:03 AM - permalink

    Hello! I hope you do not mind me messaging you out of the blue. I was perusing the forum, trying to find what paper to use for paper flower making -- and I came across a thread in which you had replied. You mentioned that coffee filters are good to make flowers out of and also said that they are 'easy to press flat'. I was wondering if you could explain to me how to go about flattening the coffee filters? Do you press them with an iron or use some other method? Thank you kindly for any assistance you can offer.

    This is the thread I am referencing (it's pretty old... lol): Type of paper to use for paper flowers? by corebear at Splitcoaststampers