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Lifestyle - say it with Flowercard

Hey lovelies,
Today I have something a little different for you, something I had never heard of, but is such a cute idea sending a Flowercard*, the concept is instead of sending a flower arrangement and card to a friend or loved one send a Flowercard, a small arrangement of flowers mounted inside a card with an added message of you're choice, genius right.

The one I have here is Painted Love* from the new Lisa Stickley range, I just love the soft pinks in this arrangement, but there are loads to choose from,  just add your message and who you want to send it to, then your personislised Flowercard is winging its way to your loved one, simple......

The flowercard comes beautifully packaged and with handy care instructions on how to keep the flowers fresh.

Lovely isn't it? and such a cool idea, if you are looking to send someone flowers maybe to wish them good luck or get well soon why not have a look at Flowercard.

Let me know if you check them out.....


  1. Flowercard sound so lovely! The flowers are absolutely gorgeous and I love the packaging :)

    Have a great weekend!

    El xxx

  2. I love these, such a beautiful arrangement. I love flowers. But I get so sad when they die lol

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  3. What a great idea! I have a couple of thank-you cards to send in the next few weeks and this would be a great touch.

    Christie x

  4. What a beautiful arrangement, they are so pretty! Love the sound of Flowercard too! Greay post lovely! xoxo


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