Disney roses

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  1. princessdisneybelle

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  3. Tammy32

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    I have never seen anything like that before. They are really cute.
     
  4. SRUAlmn

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    They are SO CUTE!!!!!! However, $90 for a dozen roses?? :scared1: :scared1:
     
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    The cool thing is they're made of plastic, so no upkeep!!
     
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    OMG absolutely adorable.... I love it:surfweb:
     
  8. Janet2k

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    I am liking that idea! (I don't have a green thumb.)
     
  9. SRUAlmn

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    Me neither!! Every plant I have ever had hasn't lasted long. I just forget about watering them.:rolleyes1
     
  10. princessdisneybelle

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    I can't keep a Catus alive :rotfl:
     
  11. Belle1981

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    These are cool! Thanks for pointing them out!
     
  12. TheSawas

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    Awww! They are so cute . . . and expensive. You could have a dozen of the cutest roses or you could fill your gas tank up 6 times (well maybe three :) ). I sure would be a happy gal to receive roses like that but golly . . . that's alot of money for something that is dying. It would be lovely to dry those for a keepsake or make a potpurri (sp?) with the dried petals and some scented oil.

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    Jenny
     
  13. Sparkles9306

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    Very cute! I wonder if that's something a local florist could do.
     
  14. AshleyLynn

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    Very cute! Thanks for letting us know about them!
     
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    I don't see why not. They make a special "spray paint" for flowers, I'm guessing that's all it is. They probably hold a stencil up to the flowers and "spray paint" the gold glitter on.
     

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