Decorative flower company Petaloo introduced several new lines of paper and fabric blooms at CHA Winter 2012 in a vast array of colors.
The Spring Darjeeling collection is an extension of the Darjeeling line of cotton paper flowers that the company introduced last fall, and the collection’s color palettes (there are many, many more colors than are shown here) are designed to coordinate with the top 20 paper lines in the industry. The Spring Darjeeling collection’s MSRP ranges from $2.99 to $4.99 US depending on the style of flower.
Petaloo also introduced Flora Doodles – a value-priced line of fabric flowers that are also available in a wide variety of colors – and the premier Penny Lane collection.
The Color Me Crazy line is designed for crafters who like to ink, mist, or paint their own flowers. These lovely fabric flowers are just one sample of the varieties in this line.
Color Me Crazy also includes a line of chipboard elements that can also be colored with a variety of art mediums. To call these items chipboard actually does them a disservice. They are actually much heavier and sturdier than most chipboards meaning that they shouldn’t warp or buckle when misted or painted.
Vintage Dazzlers are a new member of the Petaloo family. These layered, finely detailed images are based on actual vintage cards and are sized for ATCs but also useful for full-sized cards, as well.
I’ll leave you with just a few images of some of the gorgeous projects on display in the Petaloo booth.
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