Monday, May 30, 2011

I Am Roses Creative Contest Entry

Hi everyone! I thought that I would share my I Am Roses "In the Garden" contest entry with you. The contest is being sponsored by I Am Roses, a company that sells gorgeous mulberry flowers.

Please click on the video to watch. Oh, and if you have a YouTube account, please leave a comment over there. This is my first YouTube video so please be gentle. Can you tell that I was scared out of my mind recording this? I’m looking forward to hearing from you!



I don’t do product reviews or hauls very often unless it is for something that I am super excited about and/or I believe may be of some interest to you. I recently received my order from I Am Roses after watching haul after haul video on YouTube about these amazing mulberry paper flowers. As you all know, flowers are my weakness so I finally caved in and bought me some.

I just have to say that I am truly blown away at how amazingly beautiful and detailed they are and how much I love working with them.



Bunma, the owner of I Am Roses, offers excellent and personal customer service. Her prices are extremely economical and are far better than I could ever find in my stores.

It is evident that extra effort was made to ensure that I received the product in perfect condition.



I Am Roses is a company based in Thailand. I am in Hawaii and received my package in well under 2 weeks. If you would like to enjoy these flowers too, you can find her website HERE.

A HUGE thank you goes out to my son, Evan, who helped me make this video. You are the cat's meow, kiddo!

Take care, everyone!

**Music: Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech Royalty Free Music

**Victorian image courtesy of Magic Moonlight Free Images

Aloha!

26 comments:

Brenda is SO Blessed said...

i'm so glad you a re back. I have missed you. and that is a beautiful creation

sawn48 said...

So glad to finally meet you via the video. I have loved your work since I began blogging.Everything is always so neat and perfect,as is the ring box. I,too, love anything with roses and Victorian.Amazing video.

Barb said...

So beautiful, I didn't know roses could last that long...(I guess I am not so bright).

Dara Lynn said...

Lettie!! What a gorgeous creation!!! Do you know what caught my eye?? It was the grapevine spray with the leaves....very unique, easy to manipulate and add the extra zing we all love on our pages, cards and projects. The flowers are gorgeous!! Best wishes :)

El Olor de Cádiz said...

ES UNA PRECIOSIDAD ESTE ULTIMO TRABAJO QUE HAS PUBLICADO!!!!! MUY DELICADO Y BIEN HECHO!!!!! ENHORABUENA!!! SALUDOS.

clem said...

To me you passed the exam, ;o) Your voice is very pleasant and even if I do not understand the language I have enjoyed both the video and the wonderful music that accompanies it!

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rozhearts said...

Hi Lettie, Welcome back, what can I say another beautiful creation. I loved watching the video you did a wonderful job as did your son recording. Those roses are just so precious and to me they almost look real. Hope you do well with your presentation.
I too really enjoy your blog and tutorials of which I have followed and made. Especially my Faux wreath.
(((HUGS))) Roz.

Sharon said...

First, so glad to see you again, have followed you for some time. Made a lot of your projects, too & guess what I do with my plastic bags? The video is so beautiful, as is your project. They should hire you to do commercials. What a treat to finally hear your voice. You did wonderfully.

Vernie and Tony said...

I check daily and so glad your back! The box is beautiful and you are an inspiration!

sweetiepie said...

Lettie, your ring box is so pretty. I hope you win.

Take care.

Suzan said...

Nice, I would love to have one!!
Hope your passion will be rewarding.

Janine said...

This is really pretty, and I love the aktered dress form, from your latest post to, sweet idea.
have a great week
janine

Criações da marcia said...

Olha amei seus trabalhos viu parabens!

Karen said...

Lettie, I immensely enjoyed your video and think you did great! Loved your project and the flowers are so gorgeous.

Karen

maisie sparrow's vintage pictures said...

Your work is amazing Arlette and the video is brilliant am going on to follow now.Blessings.Maisie.

Carmen said...

Arlette, quiero que sepas que eres una artista muyyyyyyyyyyy grande. Me entusiasma cada uno de los trabajos que elaboras. También decirte, que el año pasado hice el alfiletero de los ratoncitos, me quedó precioso, lo regalé y gustó muchísimo. Pronto lo pondré en mi blog. Sería para mi un honor que visitaras mi blog para ver mis labores.
http://elcostureroconduende.blogspot.com/
Un abrazo desde España. Carmen

susiloci said...

Todos tus trabajos son una maravilla, eres adorable.

Lynn said...

This is so beautiful. Could you explain a little more how you did the inside where the rings go? You said you used tubes, but I can't seem to figure out how you did that. Thanks so much. I love your work.

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Farah Muzaffar said...

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Love
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heartland frugalista said...

Love your blog. I'm an island girl, too. Fourth-generation. But I moved to the frozen North about a decade ago. That's where you find me these days. Blogging! Aloha nui loa, Carrie

Brenda is SO Blessed said...

hi there, just wanted to let you know that I am still checking on you. hope you are well

(un)Deniably Domestic said...

As always your work is stunning. Your entry is beautiful and you have a good first video. You always bring me such great inspiration. Thank you, Kelly

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Inspector Clouseau said...

Nice blog work. I came across your blog while “blog surfing” using the Next Blog button on the Nav Bar located at the top of my blogger.com site. I frequently just travel around looking for other blogs which exist on the Internet, and the various, creative ways in which people express themselves. Thanks for sharing.

Thearica said...

Arlette... I hope all is well with you. I wanted to send you an email but see you have disabled it. I hope you still get comment notifications and can see my comment. I hope to hear from you.

Thearica Burroughs
www.pigtalesandquilts.com