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June 10, 2012

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Jen Duncan

Wow! That was a lot of work putting this together. They look awesome. May have to try them someday :-)

Heather

You are BRILLIANT!! and have immense patience.. I don't think I have the patience to do these but I pinned it to try later :) Thanks for the tutorial!!

Boxwood Cottage

Ohhh Donna thank you so much for sharing this awesome tutorial with us! Your honeycomb balls are the most beautiful I've ever seen!! My oh my I'm totally amazed on how you figured it all out and also about your patience in doing it and in putting this step by step tutorial together. I gonna pin it too for future reference. If ever you decide to sell some finished balls please let me know! I also love the hangers you made from the tinsel pipe cleaners they make them look even older and somehow Christmassy.
Great work really!
Sending you happy Summer wishes from Germany
Carola xoxo~

Shelly Rollins

What a great tutorial! Thanks for sharing! I love making things w/ papers!

Stop by and see me sometime!

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Shelly

Oh this is soo great! Honeycomb paper is all the rage right now..how cool to be able to make my own!

Heidi German

Oh my gosh, I want to make one of these RIGHT NOW! I knew there was a reason that I kept that stash of coffee filters in my craft closet. You could even dye the white ones so you could make colored balls. Thanks so much for putting together such a thorough tutorial!

Shelly Rae Wood

Wow.....amazing. I need to try this when I have a lot of time and patience! :) Beautiful tutorial....thank you so much! :)

Helene

Really good. First tutorial I find with photos and so well explained
thank you.

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Wow! This is indeed really cool page. Thanks a lot for the tutorial.

Rebekka Smith

you make this look so easy. I'm excited to try this. Thanks for the glue tip.

Maria Scott

I don't know what words to give for this effort to have produced something so tedious to work on. But this give idea to me. This would be great for my kids to work on every Sunday of the week. We have run out of things to-do because I thought they have tried everything I introduced to them. This must be exciting!

garage equipment

Some people are spending their money just to buy a decorations. For for some people that can afford to buy, this project is really good for us. This also looks good without spending too much and it fun to do with our kids or friends.

marie claire

hello Donna this is a great tutorial i will use this for festive events in our neighborhood. better grab some coffee filters now! :)

Kate

Coffee filters are a fabulous craft medium! Thanks for sharing another great use for them!
Also, think about how cool they would look if you sprayed them first with some inks (such as Ranger's Color Wash or Dylusion spray inks), and then assembled the balls with the bright colors...sort of a tie dye effect! Can't wait to try it!

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shredding Houston

This certainly looks a lot of work but the result is simply beautiful. I also love the color because it looks a little old which makes it appear so fragile. Thank you for sharing this art work. Using recycled materials will absolutely make this better. This is such an inspiration.

AlwaysARedhead

Wow, that is amazingly creative!

Carol

These are incredibly gorgeous! I am pinning and hoping I don't make a complete disaster of them :)

BettyJean@ShabbyTeaParty

WOW I just stumbled upon this post and I'm so glad I did. I recently found some vintage honeycomb table decorations (a pumpkin and a turkey) and was studying the construction of the honeycomb wondering if I could craft something with a tissue honeycomb. You've just answered my question. The coffee filter is Genius! Brilliant tutorial! Many thanks for sharing!!!

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