These were horrible! There was no way I would have used them at the bridal shower for my niece. The flowers were just shoved into a little bag, and they were wrinkled beyond belief, and they wont even think about holding any kind of shape. They looked like a crinkled up piece of fabric. I ended up throwing them into the trash.
24 silk flowers for such a low price, I thought it was a deal. But like they say - if it's too good to be true, it probably is. The flowers came crumpled in a small bag. And they're not silk flowers, they're something my four year old niece could beat in a crafts competition. Here's how the "flower" is structured. - a green colored piece of cheap material in the shape of the figure 8. Then a flat piece of cheaper cloth - cut to shape five petals - mind you, it's all one flat cloth. Then lay it on top of eac..
Yes, these flowers were cheap in price...but also cheap in quality. I purchased these for a school fundraiser. They squish 24 of these flowers into a small bag. When you take them out they remain squished. So, I ironed them (I ordered 13 bags) and then sprayed them with heavy duty hairspray so they would keep a shape to them. Alot of work, but dangit I was not going to throw them away. You have to handle them carefully too, as the stamens may "pull out" from the fabric. I always check on reviews befo..