Friday, March 16, 2012

First flower for ages! the Begonia

Seems like such a long time since we did Floral Punch Craft, must have been before Christmas I think, I must admit to having quite a few memory blocks with this one LOL, but it turned out okay, the flower is a Begonia, there are lots of different types of this flower. The begonia flower is sometimes thought to represent fear, and when given to another person, some people believe that it is a warning to beware. On the other hand, it typically represents a person with a dreamy, almost innocent nature. As a gift, these are often presented to creative individuals and children because of their fanciful symbolism and their simple, unsullied beauty. These flowers can be given in the traditional bouquet, as a single flower, or within a hanging basket.

I am entering this in the papertake weekly challenge, one for the girls, or Mum, all girls like flowers I think? http://papertakeweekly.blogspot.com.au/

7 comments:

Only By His Grace said...

Wow Jenni! These are just gorgeous. I love these flowers. We have some bright orange ones out and they last for weeks. Yours look so real.
I love them on the white embossed background too. super job.
Hugs Maz

Katina said...

Oh Jenni, this is stunning!! I love the information you give us about the flowers too. Someone once gave me a begonia as a birthday present - I suppose I am a 'creative individual', lol!
xx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Jenni, love this 'trailing' begonia, so pretty.
I too love to read the info about the flowers, nice to know!
Enjoy the rest of the weekend
Avril xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Jenny
Love your card good luck with the challenge, I didn't realise it was so long since we had done floral punch card'
Perhaps we can do some on the 26th
See you then Jenny L

Katiejane said...

Well I never knew that! What a gorgeous flower and I love your chosen embossed background -just lovely.
Katie x

Sharon Caudle said...

Wonderful card "for the girls"! Thanks so much for joining us at Papertake Weekly and hope you join us again soon!
hugs, Sharon

Patti Jo said...

Hi Jenni!! Oh my these are so beautiful!!! Lovely arrangement and so elegant!!!