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November 8, 2008

Forever Bouquet — 'Never say die'


From bookofjoe fans Ashley Connors ("the business head") and Hannah ("the creative head") comes news of their new toy and gift company called "hoopla," based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Hoopla is a great, underused word and perhaps their business will jumpstart its popularity in the lexicon.

But I digress.

From the hoopla website:

Forever Bouquet

Real flowers die ... the Forever Bouquet never will.

The kit has one dozen colorful ready-to-be cut flowers arranged in a booklet, along with pre-cut wire and pop-out vase.

All you need to do is cut out your flower(s) of choice,


stick wire onto the back for support and shaping, and pop out the vase.

Then, place it in a prominent location for optimum enjoyment — you’ll have freshly cut flowers that will never need sun or water!

Flowers stand approximately 9" tall and are printed on quality card stock made of recycled paper.

Vase stands just under 5" tall.


• 12 different ready-to-be-cut flowers

• 12 pieces of pre-cut wire

• 1 pop-out plastic vase

• Booklet is 10" x 6.5"


After reading the "step-by-step bouquet assembly tutorial," I am pleased to report that this item is TechnoDolt™-friendly.

Yes, I believe even I could follow the nicely illustrated instructions and end up with a fine result.

$14.99 (tape not included).

November 8, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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