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    This is part of a favor for a wedding shower that my business partner came up with. She does event planning.

    The object tied with the ribbon is a heart made of biodegradable materials. Within the heart are various wildflower seeds made for planting.

    The paper over the card is vellum, and upon it are the Chinese characters for harmony, long life, and love.

    On the card is printed a personal message for the shower guests.


    Please leave some warm compliments for my partner's job well done. I think she did a great job.

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    Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

  • #2
    Very slick, well done all round i must say...

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    • #3
      Very nice job, looks great but I would reconsider the wildflower seeds for the only reason is that where ever you have the event(s) doe's the location, ie. Church, Club, Park..., want to get stuck with with the hassle of wildflowers popping up everywhere the seeds are dropped or thrown if you plan to use them like "rice at a wedding"?

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      • #4
        i don't get the heart (maybe its just a pic) looks a lil too anatomically accurate to me
        a drink a day keeps the shrink away

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        • #5
          Originally posted by UmmYeahOK
          i don't get the heart (maybe its just a pic) looks a lil too anatomically accurate to me
          It's cut out from reformed paper pulp. Still perfecting the technique to get a better mold.

          Good eye, there.
          Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tperkins
            Very nice job, looks great but I would reconsider the wildflower seeds for the only reason is that where ever you have the event(s) doe's the location, ie. Church, Club, Park..., want to get stuck with with the hassle of wildflowers popping up everywhere the seeds are dropped or thrown if you plan to use them like "rice at a wedding"?
            They're embedded in the hearts, so they won't fall out -- however, remarkably, they have begun to sprout a little on a couple of occasions. The guests will take these with them, along with a small pot and sufficient dirt for each pot contained in a decorated vellum bag. I didn't take a picture of these (yet), because it's hard to make them photogenic with the second-rate camera I used. Perhaps I'll have more convenient conditions for a picture soon.
            Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

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            • #7
              what a nice idea! very creative, too.
              "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot

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              • #8
                i think it's pretty awesome - the heart, that is. great idea for a favour. i'm not sold on the ribbon that's holding it to the vellum...perhaps if it was pinned or sticky dotted somehow...

                and EVERYTHING looks better on vellum. hooray for your partner!

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