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We have been surfing the web and discovered some real beauties using the flowers from MHC.  We love seeing how our flowers are used…take a look at these and make sure you visit these girls blogs for even more detail and inspiration.

One of our very own…GERRY VAN GENT

Products used: Taneisha

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TAMMY HENDERSON

Products used: Sugar & Spice, Fantasy – Moonlight, Marguerite – Apricot.

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ALDA STEVENS

Products used: TSC – One Moment In Time. MHC – Fairy Floss, Marguerite - apricot, Grandma’s Garden – warmth, Sugar & Spice - mixed.

Why not send us your creations and we’ll share them with everyone!

designteam@manorhousecreations.com

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7 responses »

  1. oh wow so full of inspiration…amazing creations!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Gorgeous work Gerry, Tammy and Alda…love seeing how you’ve used the beautiful MHC flowers.

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  3. Wow the beauty and romance of each of these is stunning. Gorgeous work ladies. Just vbeautiful!

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  4. Oh WOW What a Honor!!! Thank you guys! Gerry and Alda stunning creations ladies!

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  5. Got too excited! LOL Forgot to say LOVE YOUR GORGEOUS BLOOMS MANOR HOUSE!!!!! So excited that we can get them at the Flying Unicorn!! Whoo hoo!

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  6. beautiful layouts… thanks for sharing your lovely work xx

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  7. WOW, all of these are such gorgeous creations!!! WTG Tammy, Alda and Gerry!

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