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Angela @TheNotSoFunctionalHousewife

What a beautiful flower. I have never seen one of these! Gorgeous!


Aren't these glamelias stunning?

botanical brouhaha

Have always loved composite bouquets...but would much rather admire one made by another designer than make one myself...they're labor intensive! Great post. Looking forward to the next 2 parts :)


I'm with you Amy. They are a lot of work, but very beautiful. Not many resources online either. Nice to hear from you.

Calling it Home

I am fascinated by this one. I have never heard of it...and I can't wait to see how it is made. Seems like a lot of labor.


Glamelias have an interesting history. I'm very fascinated by them too. Dave, my business partner is interested in making one. He's very exacting and intuitive about how to make things. I'll share when it's done. Not any time soon though.


Thanks for introducing me to this beaut!! I always learn new things from you!

Thanks for sharing at Drab to Fab last week.

Below is the link for today's party! Come on back and link up some more of your posts (old or new)


Have a lovely weekend :)

Amy @ Sugar and Spice


The glamelia is quite different isn't it? Hope you keep reading the rest of this 4 part series. Have a wonderful weekend!

Vidya @ Whats Ur Home Story

Never knew what a Glamelia was! Thank you. Reading through everything. :)


It's pretty new to me too, but very cool. Thanks for your comment.

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