Friday, January 22, 2010

Keepsake Blossoms Giveaway (Closed)

On Wednesday I shared this photo of a gerber daisy Deb from Keepsake Blossoms made for me.

I met Deb on etsy when I purchased this beautiful Red Hibiscus hair pick.  It was also Deb's first sale and my first purchase on etsy.
Shortly after I purchased that hair pick I asked her to make me 5 gerber daisies.  They turned out beautiful.
She also makes custom wedding bouquets.  If I would have known about her amazing flowers I would have had her make my wedding bouquet.

I was sooo excited when she agreed to have a giveaway on my blog.  Here is a little info about Deb...

1. Tell us a little about yourself…
This is the most difficult part. I am a really chatty person, but when it comes to talking about myself or my work, I generally clam up :). But well, I have been in the US for four years now and have loved everyday of it. I think I have really 'found' myself here - in a sense. I have been happily married to the most wonderful husband anyone can ever have! And I think I am craftsy, without being crafty :). That is such a cheesy line, but it pretty much describes me and that is why I believe I derive a lot of enjoyment from the work I do. I feel no sense of competition with others in the same or similar crafts and just focus on bettering my flowers. I am not the kind of person who could do a good sales pitch. Talking about how great my flowers are, make me embarrassed. I never do that :). I even got my item descriptions and my website profile written by someone else, who could be more objective about my work. The internet is a boon to me that way. I don't have to sell my flowers face-to-face. I have put my craft out there.... people contact me if they want my flowers and we go ahead from there. I truly enjoy what I do!


2. How long have you been doing this?
When I came to the US, I did not have a work permit. Instead of waiting around for one and getting bored at home, doing nothing.... I took up this course of clay flower making. I have always loved crafts, but have always sucked at them. My craft teacher at school had declared me a failure at it :). But thankfully, Yukiko Miyai, my Deco Clay teacher believed in me and slowly, with her encouragement and support (and that of my husband's), I started making decent flowers. Anyway... so I have been doing this for close to 4 years now. I started selling mid 2008, a year after I received my work permit :). I wanted to sell when I knew I was churning out at least decent work :).


3. Who/What inspires you?
My teacher - Yukiko Miyai - inspires me the most. She started the Deco Clay Craft Academy in the US about 10 years back. She hasn't looked back since. Even today, she works diligently on perfecting her flowers to make them even more perfect :) and on making new flowers. I try to follow her example. Also, of course, nature inspires me. I have always loved real flowers and now, I try making mine as close as possible to real ones. It is not easy or even possible, to replicate nature, but this is the next best thing I'd say... these flowers are works of art and last a lifetime.


4. What's your favorite piece?
There are many really! I love making flowers for weddings. It makes me happy to make people happy. So, I think the wedding bouquets are my favourite creations, because they make the brides so happy! The green and white bouquet, the orange and white bouquet (that appeared in a wedding mag), the lilac colored bouquet, the red anemone bouquet and the tropical flower bouquet - they are all favourites! I also love this centerpiece that I made for a friend's wedding.... it is a rose and peony centerpiece (sixth from the top, in the centerpiece section in my portfolio on my website)

5. What advice do you have for a beginner?
This is a very good question. I see a lot of overconfidence in new students. They want to sell as soon as they start learning...without even practising the craft. This is an art that takes lots and lots of practice. I made hundreds and hundreds of roses, before I made one that I liked. Beginners need to appreciate that this craft needs practice and should be prepared to do that. Also, they need to set high standards for themselves and not be happy with an average flower.
Another thing I come across is that a lot of people think, that they can simply buy the DECO Clay books in the market and start making great flowers. Trust me, that is just not going to happen. The books are a good starting point and good reference points(once you have learned how to make the flowers from an instructor). But you absolutely have to go to a teacher - even if you have done cold porcelain or gum paste flowers (they are the closest in technique) before.
In short, there is no easy way out :). Get a teacher you can work with and be prepared to work really really hard.


6. All of the links to your sites.
Website: www.keepsakeblossoms.com
Blog: http://blossomsandblooms.blogspot.com
Etsy: www.debashri.etsy.com
Facebook: Keepsake Blossoms
Twitter: http://twitter.com/keepsakeblossom (couldnt fit in that last 's' due to number of character restrictions)


So now for the giveaway.  Deb is giving away a pink Valentine's flower arrangement of roses & hydrangeas.  The arrangement is being made right now, so I have no photos...but I am sure it will be g.o.r.g.e.o.u.s!


To enter:
Leave a comment telling Deb what new flower you would like her to make this year?  Or what kind of product you would like her to make this year (something she hasn't done before)?  
Must do this first before you can get any additional entries.

Extra Entries (please leave a separate comment for each):
Please make sure that I have a way to contact you if you win.  Giveaway ends Friday, January 29th.  Anyone can enter, this giveaway is open worldwide. 

Good Luck!!

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268 Sweet Comments:

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Krissy said...

I would love to see a lily of the valley flower done!

Krissy said...

I follow your blog!

Krissy said...

I follow keepsake blossoms' blog!

Krissy said...

I'm your fan on facebook!

Krissy said...

Followed and tweeted!

Andrea (ace1028) said...

I didn't notice in your shop or other pictures in your portfolio, but I love yellow roses and would love to have one that never fades. Beautiful work!

Andrea (ace1028) said...

I follow you!!!

peace.love.applesauce said...

Gerber Daisies are my favorite already.. How about them in some bright bold colors? Or some totally off the wall colors? :)

peace.love.applesauce said...

I'm already a follower of your blog.

peace.love.applesauce said...

I'm following her now too. :)

Jingle said...

Wow! Her work is amazing! I would really love to see simple white daisies, not the Gerber kind, but just the simple kind. I also would love to see these flowers put onto headbands. I saw clips and pins, but I have a hard time getting those to stay in my super fine hair, so I would love them on a headband!

Jingle said...

I follow your blog!

Jingle said...

I became a fan of Keepsake Blossoms on FB.

Jingle said...

I am already a fan of YOU on facebook! :-)

Sue said...

I would love lilacs. Those are one of my favorite flowers.

Sue said...

I follow your blog

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I'm a fan of yours on FB

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Lauranie said...

Whoa....WHAT a phenomenal TALENT!!! They LOOK so real!! I am a purple daisy kinda girl!! Love them!! Sorry I've been busy and "bluesy"...trying to break the funk...I'll be catching up later!! :D

Braley Mama said...

I follow u~!

Braley Mama said...

My favorite flowers are the plain old daisy, I saw she makes gerbers, but I would love a daisy hair pin!

Ammie said...

These flowers are exquisite. I didn't imagine that such lifelike things could be made with DECO clay.

I love the many-petaled flowers Deb makes, but I would also love to see some irises or pansies.

Thanks, Melanie & Deb, for the giveaway.

Ammie said...

I follow your blog.

Ammie said...

I am one of Deb's FB fan.

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Kimberly said...

I'd love to see an arrangement that included creeping phlox. (It's much prettier than it sounds.) :)

Kimberly said...

I follow your blog. :)

Blossoms said...

Thanks everyone - for your comments. Am reading all of them. Keep them coming!

Mellisa Rock said...

Oh MY Goodness...what beautiful flowers-- I love the headbands with flowers attached...I want one!!

I would love to have some teeny tiny flowers made for Miss Maddy's hair-- I think they would look really cute stuck in after french braiding it-- and it would really help to hide my lack of french braiding ability!!

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Mellisa Rock said...

I am a brand new follower!! Why wasn't I following from December? Maddy hated to put her Princess ornament's away...she had to hold each one and kiss it first...I tried not to have a heart attack at the thought of her breaking them!!

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Mellisa Rock said...

signed up for e-mail subscriptions!!

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Mellisa Rock said...

I am not following Keepsake Blossoms!!

I can't wait to see all the wonderful creations she comes up with this year!!

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Mellisa Rock said...

sent a request to be friends with keepsake creations on facebook!!

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Mellisa Rock said...

following both on twitter and tweet
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Mellisa Rock said...

fan of whimsical creations on facebook!!

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I am going to blog about this at Win My Year-- but since I am not counting it as a giveaway entry until I get to 100 followers-- I thought you might like to see it though:

http://winmyyear.blogspot.com/2010/01/flowers-that-will-last-llifetime.html

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I really think a Lily would be adorable. Tulips too.

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Linda Kish said...

I think lilies would be nice or an African violet


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Amanda said...

These are gorgeous! I am so impressed with her skill. I looked at the pictures on Flickr of flowers she's made and it is amazing.

I am not really good with flowers, but I would love it if she made something with like a mix of wild flowers, and for it to be something just the right size for a kitchen table or on a book shelf.

These are really neat and would make great a great gift for my mother in law for mother's day.

Stephanie said...

I would like to see a lotus flower!
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Stephanie said...

I'm a blog follower
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Stephanie said...

I follow Keepsake Blossoms' blog
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Stephanie said...

I'm a fan of Keepsake Blossoms on Facebook (Stephanie Petty-Grant)
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Stephanie said...

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Stephanie said...

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Emily said...

I'd love to see flowers like birds of paradise and orchids.
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Esme said...

I would love seeing peonies or hydrangeas.

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Perfect Blue Moon said...

WOW! This honestly really makes me want to try this out for my own wedding that's in a year! but ottawa doesn't have much, I'm going to have to go look right after this for a teacher!

I would love to see her make those blue/purple orchids! I tried to google their name but only came up with pictures, sorry! :S

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Perfect Blue Moon said...

I follow keepsakes blog!

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moushka said...

My grandmother has always had African Violets. She was just put in a nursing home and can't take care of her live plants. An african violet would be a great idea for her.

jakiesmom said...

beautiful flowers...i like white daisy's...i did see she made one arrangement with a white peony...but maybe a bouquet with red peonies?
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Cindy said...

Wow I didn't know that those could be made. What about some Gerber daisies or star gazer lilies. Gorgeous work.

june_spirit2628 said...

I'd love to see black eyed susans and goldenrod. They're my favorite end-of-summer flowers! They grow wild where I live and I always pick a bundle to dry for winter.
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Melissa said...

Wow. These are amazing! My favorite flowers are blue hydrangeas. But white calla lilies would be pretty too.

Melissa said...

I follow your blog.

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I'm a subscriber via Google Reader.

clw said...

Oops! I left my comment on HER blog. Hehe. I suggested that a lily or a tulip would be beautiful flowers to work on in the future! LOVE tulips!!

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clw said...

I am following this blog as Cass Webb.

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Katie said...

OMG I love, love, love it!!! I can't believe these are made out of clay. You're right this would be a wonderful wedding bouquet because you can have it forever. I love her little arrangements.

I was going to say I'd love to see some hydrangeas but I see she has made them. What about hydrangeas, peonies, and lilacs? I know perhaps an odd combination but they are all my favorites.

Katie said...

I follow your blog, I've been a lurker for awhile now, ever since I entered another of your giveaways so I might as well come out in the open:)

Katie said...

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Allison said...

What about a magnolia blossom? Her flowers are so beautiful & lifelike! Lovely.
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alexandrea said...

Wow! We got married in Vegas and not only did they mess up my bouquet, we traveled right to our honeymoon and so I had to lose most of the bouquet. Those look SO beautiful and real, and I wish I had known about that art before, I could've had my bouquet forever!
I would love to see her make bouquets with freesia in them, I bet she'd do an awesome job on any flower!

CinnamonAndSass said...

I think some greenery would look awesome! Beautiful stuff!

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jana said...

tulips

hlbutton said...

bright happy primroses would be my pick!
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Fata Azzurra said...

mmmm...maybe a sunflower?

Fata Azzurra said...

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Sarah Mac said...

I would love to see cherry blossoms!

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Cristina said...

Hello!
I take part to this candy.
I would like to find some single cake flowers in order to decorate my cakes.
Have a nice day
Cristina

Cristina said...

I follow you!

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I follow Keepsake Blossoms' blog
Have a nice day!
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Jullee and Fam said...

I don't think I saw orchids and I love those. Also an all green bouquet would look gorgeous :)

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Kristine said...

Violets!

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Nanbon44 said...

beautiful flowers, they look so real. I am not sure of all the flowers you make, but I love sweetheart roses, lilacs and tulips with a touch of morning dew.

Megan: said...

Hmmm....how about tulips?

Bryn said...

Holy cow. You are amazing! I love the lilac. I would love to see some forsythia in your arrangement. I love the yellow they have.

Damla said...

She can make tassels or door ornaments.

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EVA S said...

I would like Deb to make Calla Lillies for the bridal and a deep blue iris

EVA S said...

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Amber Young said...

I didn't notice any headbands so I would love to see that. I think flowers on headbands are just gorgeous.

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EVA S said...

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Daya, muito prazer... said...

something more dark], gtoh lolita

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Anonymous said...

These are beautiful! Amazing!

I would love to see ranunculus! My favorite!

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Carapace said...

Oh man! I would have had her do my bouquet, too! Except that she wasn't working on these then. Dang!

I want to see some wildflowers- bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrushes, sunflowers, that sort of thing-- I like them better than the hothouse frails, and they're so ephemeral!

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Anonymous said...

I would like to see bright sunflowers.

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natalie said...

If you've never made orange blossoms, those are my favorite.

DEBIJOT said...

I would like to see Bird of Paradise. It was my mom's favorite.

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Jen @ ourfinehouse said...

Wow, these are amazing!

I think Tulps would be beautiful.

Anonymous said...

These are absolutely beautiful and breathtaking. I would love to see my favorite flower--tulips. Thank you for the opportunity.

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Bachuchay said...

I would love to see flowers from my country like Sampaguitas and ilang ilang =)

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The Jerseymooners said...

I love lilies of the valley, and a clay bouquet of the little bells would be lovely, since they are only available for such a short time each year.

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Rachel C said...

How about violets? You could do tiny bouquets for bud vases.
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AJni said...

I love to see sampaguitas done ( :

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Angela @ Nine More Months said...

I didn't see a Chrysanthemum, those are my favorite. I think Morning Glories would be nice as well.

Angela @ Nine More Months said...

I'm a blog follower!

moonshadow43 said...

I would love to see vines of Wisteria to hang on the sides of my mirrors.... Beautiful site!

Vittoria said...

i'd love for her to make an iris! they're my favorite.

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Dovile said...

I'd love to see a waterlily. It would be awsome if it could actully be put into a bowl of water and would float.
I'd also like to recommend making tulips.

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Kalynda said...

I would love to see some black roses or maybe even some frangipani's! :D

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Aik said...

I'd like to see some Lilly of the valley!

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Aik said...

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Aik said...

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Sandy said...

All the flowers she does are amazing. I would love to see lilies of the valley with hyacinths.

Kiy said...

Yeah, I'm behind.

I cannot believe how beautiful these are. Seriously prettier than real, mainly as I can't kill these. (smile)

I need to wander over to her etsy site and oooh and ahhh (and yes, probably fav a bunch ... hahaha, a bunch!).

Cheers, Kiy

annie2006 said...

a daffodil - all that bright spring cheeryness!

annie2006 said...

im also a follower :)

Veronica said...

I am a huge fan of Orchids so I would love to see some of those! Thanks for a great giveaway :)

Veronica said...

I follow your blog via Google Friends Connect, thanks!

Veronica said...

I am an E-mail subscriber, thanks!

Elsie said...

Plumerias are gentle flowers of Hawaii, yellow, red, and pink, sometimes on a string...they would be so pretty for hair decoarions or a small wreath of flowers like a Hawaiian lei, at a summer party....

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Kelly C said...

are these really clay! amazing! My favs are hydrangeas, but I'd love to see some orchids and camillias.
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Gammie said...

Follow on facebook, follow blogs, and I would like to see a yellow tiny orchid on a vine...

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I follow you!

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Annie Shaw said...

I absolutely ADORE the Gerber Daisy items. I would love to have a Gerber Daisy pin that I could attach to my straw basket in the summer. Does she ever make pins???

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Honey Mommy said...

Wow. I would love to have had a wedding bouquet of these flowers!

I love my tulips in the spring, until they die! It would be fun to have some tulips I could keep all year.

Candy said...

I'd love to see her do some calla lilies :)
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International Giveaways said...

I can't believe these aren't real flowers! They are absolutely stunning. At first I was thinking that I shouldn't participate bc the flowers would die before they even made it to the country but now that I know that these are intricately and beautifully crafted artwork, I can't contain myself. :)

I would love to see Deb work on some really exotic Amazon flowers. They are very bright, different and unique. You can see different kinds by searching for "Amazon flowers" in google images. This one for example is a beautiful one:
http://www.sxc.hu/pic/m/r/ra/ravuri_rp/515777_amazon_lillies_1.jpg

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I'm following your blog!

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International Giveaways said...

I blogged about this giveaway!

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Deb K said...

Oh My~These are the most beautiful flowers made that I have ever seen! What a beautiful gift to have! I would love to see some Tulips or Tiger Lily's.

Thanks for the chance to win :-)


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Deb said...

I think cherry blossoms would be lovely.


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Erica said...

I would love to see something rare in a centerpiece, like a purple foxglove. :)

julie said...

Oh my goodness, these are incredible! You are so talented, Deb! I would like to see you do a ranunculus (one of my favorite flowers) or maybe a wildflower like a lady's slipper. Thanks for doing a giveaway!

julie said...

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Mommy Kennedy said...

How about a calla lily? That was my flower for our wedding!

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Now following!

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I am now a follower of Keepsake Blossoms :)

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Following Keepsake Blossoms' blog.

FYI, I just submitted a bid for Project Wonderful!

julie said...

I am also now a fan of Keepsake Blossoms on FB!

cmm1976 said...

I think a cali lily or lily of the vallry would be awesome, when I was in college I worked in the mall and there was a stand dedicated to your craft next to me, being a painter I am always in awe of your talents for shaping and creating such whimsical, beautiful pieces...

nfmgirl said...

Well, I didn't see any sunflowers, and I love sunflowers!

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Have just become a follower too. You can contact me via my blog

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Kristin said...

How about sweetpeas.

Heidi said...

I would really like to see a tropical arrangement featuring three birds of paradise and tropical, colorful leaves.

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Anonymous said...

I would love to see Freesia. They smell so good. Love your creations. Games (Ginger Sergent)

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Kym said...

How about some baby's breath, fine and delicate!
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Erica said...

Dahlias and snapdragons are two of my favorite flowers. Columbine would be neat too!

debbiejackson said...

I'd like the blue lobelia or dragonsnaps

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Daph said...

A lotus flower
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Cabootique said...

Wow those are absolutely stunning. I would love to see some lilies.

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Alisha L. said...

I didn't notice any in the shop but perhaps a Calla Lily or Tulip would be darling!

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ruricloth said...

How about a Casablanca? They are so beautiful!

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Kristy's Art Corner said...

I would love to see something with bleeding hearts. I loved those as a child. It seemed love had the ability to bloom.

Digital Misfit said...

AMAZING flowers!
I would love to see Dogwood and Forget Me Nots, 2 of my favorite blossoms.
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Debra said...

I am a big fan of the lovely violet, but orchids are also wonderful, and so hard to keep alive. A broach would be lovley to have, or a pretty lapel pin. Your work is amazing and I would love a chance to win!

4smartmonkeys said...

I would love to see plumerias.
What gorgeous flowers!
Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

june_spirit2628 said...

Something with African Daisies would be great!
Marci
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Angie said...

I love Tiger Lilies! They are so majestic!!!

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Abigail said...

I would defo love a daffodil. Those are my favorite flowers, but they are so finicky, that they are out of season super quickly. So, if I had a clay one for my wedding, it'd last forever and be good for any time of year... ^_^
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Tracey said...

Wow, these are amazing! My favorite flowers are tulips, so that is what I would like to see.

Rach said...

I am not very creative here, but I would love to have yellow roses doen this way... hands down my favorite flower... I just can't believe that this aren't real!!! AMAZING work!
Thanks for the giveaway
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