The Galassia Flowers Trial- Assembly



It's here! 
The package of Galassia flowers materials needed to
 make this beautiful corsage....
 
Lights on & Lights off- pretty cool huh?
& now I get to try it out for myself!

I'm using a stem of peach spray roses, a ribbon base to glue the flowers into 
and the silver beaded wristlet. On that sheet of paper are the directions-
 you can also find them here.
 For today, I'll attach the ribbons to the device and the device to the wristlet
 with a couple squares of U-glue.



here is a video showing how it came together..


 

Pros: 
It's VERY cool- nothing else like it anywhere..
(this should count for at least 3) 
Pretty easy to put together

Cons:
That fugly Velcro wrist strap I cut off.
the light part is a little awkward & bulky- I would worry about
it flopping around on a fancy bracelet.
and the price- 
this feature adds $45+ (depending on your area) to the price
of your basic corsage.

So the question is
Would YOU want this for your prom? 

Here's a chance to win the materials I used!
(Compliments of Galassia Flowers)
It's easy-
Just leave a comment! (you may need to subscribe first & I hope you do!)
  A name will be picked next Saturday (4/21) at 4pm Pacific time
Remember to check back !
 


28 comments:

  1. cool stuff! did your fingers glow?! ;)

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  2. ha ha.. YES they did! (but it washed off easily)

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  3. AWESOME! I was raised in a flower shop, I remember when we taped and wired everything! Your designs are amazing, beautiful, original and outstanding! Thank you for sharing your talents!

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  4. I think I should be in High School just so I could have one of these of my own. It's so cool.

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  5. That is super cool, is anyone distributing it on the US? I'd love to get my hands on some! Also did I read that right, the feature adds $45?

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  6. Hey, does the spray come in more than once color? Or does the color it glows depend on the color of the flowers?

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  7. Rebeka- thank you so much!
    Unknown?- I know, right? me too! ha ha
    Al Chia- Thanks, they are working on finding a distributor- I had them ship me a couple direct & Yes they are spendy- do you think it's worth it?
    Sprout- the color depends on the flower

    Consider yourselves all entered into the drawing!

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    1. It's very cool & worth it for an event with a big budget, for my shop, prom is not one of them, maybe a wedding.

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    2. So are they interference colors? The peach flowers glow blue, red flowers glow green, purple flowers glow yellow, etc.? I have paints that work like that...

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    3. Totally awesome - not to get them to catch on!

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  8. Love it especially since it is different. We have a few girls who like different. Your video helped a lot..thanks for the share...This might just be the next "new" thing..at least for one season...lol
    Sher

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  9. No Sprout- I don't think so- But I can try a red rose tomorrow and post a picture

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  10. I have a foreign exchange student(my daughter for a year) and my son going to the Prom this May.... do you know if there is anyway I can get some of this product for their flowers? I have looked at their website, but I couldn't find a distribuitor for my area. (Terre Haute, IN) Any thoughts or suggestions?

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    1. Rebeka- do you need two total? I have one that I can send to you, and then there's the one for the drawing. I would be happy to send you my extra one if you like. send me a message on the Twigs page..
      https://www.facebook.com/pages/Twigs/89827644385

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  11. Just curious how I can get my hands on this stuff for a family friend who is florist. I would love for her to use on my daughters prom flowers and her friends prom flowers. Their prom is April 28,2012. It is so awesome!!

    Dawn
    Dawnmichellefreeze@yahoo.com

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  12. Dawn- thanks for the comment- as of right now, they are working to get a supplier in the states.

    http://www.galassiaflowers.com.au/index.php?id=3
    this is the link to their distributors page- you can email them directly using the email provided for florists and other retailers.
    don't forget you are now entered to win one in the drawing this Saturday!

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  13. This would be popular among out prom-going teens.

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  14. Love the idea of this, and most especially your willingness to try such a cool new product! Thanks for sharing this idea - I think they could be a super fun thing for proms!

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  15. Omg! Need this for my shop...small family owned and love trend setting! Want it!<3
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  16. Omg! Need this for my shop...small family owned and love trend setting! Want it!<3
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  17. Omg! Need this for my shop...small family owned and love trend setting! Want it!<3
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  18. Omg! Need this for my shop...small family owned and love trend setting! Want it!<3
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    1. Sorry saved to bookmarks n then each time I showed someone it posted again

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  19. No worries Bern- :D Glad you like it- it's even better in person! really fun stuff. I'll be posting again when I make one for an actual prom- I'll be using the Velcro that comes with it- hate to, but it will be much more secure.

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    1. So unique...so interested can't wait. Thanks;)

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  20. How can I get one of these galassia flower corsage made for my prom on may 4

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