Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Heartfelt Creations Sunrise Lily Release Day!!!




Hi bloggers, guess what day it is?   RELEASE DAY!!
We've a dandy for you this month.........Sunrise Lily Collection, and it's as beautiful as it's name.

Rich and regal in appearance, along with a divine fragrant beauty and ornamental trumpet shaped blossom makes the lily flower a well known garden variety and a sure sign that spring has sprung.  Heartfelt Creations invites you to prepare to welcome the season of new beginnings, fresh starts and the bursting forth of nature with the new Sunrise Lily Collection. As the title of this assemblage suggests, it is filled with the romantic hues of a beautiful sunrise or sunset...glorious shades of pinks, oranges, and yellows  which also reflect the stunning color palette of the lily blossoms as they appear in the gardens themselves. Ravishing shades of greens, creams and whites bring a crispness and a breath of fresh air just as the spring season itself. Patterned papers reveal regal ornamental iron like scroll work, dainty lace elements and lovely vintage like floral details.  Beautiful imagery of lily filled vases, pretty flower adorned garden hats and luscious floral bouquets grace varying sized card panels, scrapbook layouts and embellishment tags, and are replicated in five sets of delicately detailed stamp illustrations.  The crowning glory to the collection itself is the dimensional lily flower that will add a touch of reality to each of your springtime creations.  So, chase away those winter blues brought on by old man winter, combat spring fever by filling your creative space with a touch of splendor as you begin creating with the Sunrise Lily Collection for the upcoming spring and Easter season. 

Here's a bit of Floral Designer trivia for you today, left over from my many years at that trade. The botanical name for this flower is 'Alstroemeria" or it is also known as a Peruvian Lily or Lily of the Incas, and some like to call it the Parrot Lily, how cute are those names? This sweet little lily is native to South America, but has been naturalized in six different countries including the United States. The symbolic meaning of this flower is wealth, prosperity, fortune and friendship. Oh and one last thing, this little honey has a vase life of two weeks or more, talk about more bang for your buck!  Now on to my two cards I have to share with you today!



This one is my "out of the box" sort of Valentines Day card, who says Valentines have to be red?


Now hop on over to the Heartfelt Creations Blog for complete instructions for my  cards and some stunning things from my teammates!

Thanks for letting me share the new Lilies with you today!

Hugs, Maureen




5 comments:

  1. Both of these cards are gorgeous, the tall one is breathtaking!

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  2. stunning cards Maureen, I'll give you my address [ lol ].
    Gr Karin

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  3. They are both amazing. I love your colors . Thanks for sharing.



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  4. That is so interesting,I didn't know that about lilies and I never knew you were a botanist! No wonder you have that special touch with all the flowers you create!! These ones are spectacular! So perfectly colored, I just love both projects!!

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