Sunday, July 10, 2011

Moth Orchids

G'day girls this is the flower for Monday nights lesson, it is a good one to practice your painting on, you can make it plain white like this with a coloured head, or it comes in other colours like yellow or cerise
Myths and legends surround the sensuous orchid. The very name Orchid is derived from the Greek word-meaning testicle. Claimed to be an aphrodisiac, it was perhaps the first Viagra, when the testicle like roots were crushed and eaten to stimulate sexual activity. Don’t try this at home!!! Hope you enjoy the class!!
Love Jenni xx
I am entering this in the following challenges:
Scrappy Frogs challenge ..........use flowers
Papertake Weekly......anything goes with the optional use of buttons
Allsorts Challenge.....use of punches, my flowers are always made with


brenda said...

A really great card.

Thank you for joining in my week of our Free and Easy July challenge at Allsorts and good luck.

B x

Carol Southern said...

Ohhh Jenni, this is one beautiful card. Love the orchids you made, they are stunning.

Nicola said...

Gorgeous card, love those orchids they are stunning!Thanks for joining in with Allsorts Free and easy challenge this week and good luck!

Fleur said...

Wow this is beautiful
I have candy if you're interested.
Thank you so much for entering our challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
Hugz Fleur xXx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Jenni, These orchids are gorgeous - didn't know about the myths!
Glad to see you entering some challenges again!
Love Avril xx

Sharon Caudle said...

Beautiful project!! Thanks so much for joining us at Papertake Weekly and hope you can join us again soon!
hugs, Sharon

Katina said...

Lol, well you learn something new every day!! Beautiful orchids Jenni and I love your card. xx

Katiejane said...

Super stunning! You never seize to amaze me! Beautiful!
Katie x

Cassandra said...

WOW Jenni, these are just beautiful, better than the real thing. You are one very talented lady