Flowers

Contest Info

  • Started: 6/11/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 6/13/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 46
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
Flowers
Contest Directions: Put flowers where they don't belong, replace flowers with objects, or replace objects with flowers.

Contest Info

    • Started: 6/11/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 6/13/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 46
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
This gallery only contains our top 47 selections from its parent contest Flowers. All 46 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Water Flower Splash

    Water Flower Splash
  • Daisies on a Combat Helmet

    Daisies on a Combat Helmet
  • Tulip Teacup

    Tulip Teacup
  • Flower Parachute

    Flower Parachute
  • Tulip Lampshade

    Tulip Lampshade
  • Water Tulip Splash

    Water Tulip Splash
  • Sunflower Watch

    Sunflower Watch
  • Flower Growing in a Babies Head

    Flower Growing in a Babies Head
  • Rose Light Bulb

    Rose Light Bulb
  • Snail with a Rose Shell

    Snail with a Rose Shell
  • Red Flower Lipstick

    Red Flower Lipstick
  • Woman with a Rose Ear

    Woman with a Rose Ear
  • Flowers in a Light bulb

    Flowers in a Light bulb
  • Flower Ice Cream Cone

    Flower Ice Cream Cone
  • Banana Flowers Left at a Grave

    Banana Flowers Left at a Grave
  • Melting Chocolate Rose

    Melting Chocolate Rose
  • Woman with a Flower Head

    Woman with a Flower Head
  • Don King with Flower Hair

    Don King with Flower Hair
  • Flowers with Eyes

    Flowers with Eyes
  • Orange Flower with a Tongue

    Orange Flower with a Tongue
  • Roses in a Ring

    Roses in a Ring
  • Daisy Burger

    Daisy Burger
  • Flower Pretending to be a Chrysalis

    Flower Pretending to be a Chrysalis
  • Flower Umbrella at the Beach

    Flower Umbrella at the Beach
  • Potbury Flower

    Potbury Flower
  • Rose in a Glass of Champagne

    Rose in a Glass of Champagne
  • Tulips with Mouths

    Tulips with Mouths
  • Bouquets of Flowers in a Chimney

    Bouquets of Flowers in a Chimney
  • Rose Growing in a Lighter

    Rose Growing in a Lighter
  • Roses in a Toilet

    Roses in a Toilet
  • Flowers with Microphones

    Flowers with Microphones
  • Carmen Miranda the Flower Child

    Carmen Miranda the Flower Child
  • Chocolate Rose in a Vase

    Chocolate Rose in a Vase
  • Bourke-White Tending Flowers in New York

    Bourke-White Tending Flowers in New York
  • Snake Flower

    Snake Flower
  • Rabbit with a Flower Tail

    Rabbit with a Flower Tail
  • Flowering Hedgehog

    Flowering Hedgehog
  • Rose Growing Out of a Gun

    Rose Growing Out of a Gun
  • Flowers in an Underwater Garden

    Flowers in an Underwater Garden
  • Pitcher Throwing a Flower Ball

    Pitcher Throwing a Flower Ball
  • Lizard with a Flower Tongue

    Lizard with a Flower Tongue
  • Rose in the End of a Cornet

    Rose in the End of a Cornet
  • Jessica Simpson the Genie in a Flower

    Jessica Simpson the Genie in a Flower
  • Flowers on a Mountain

    Flowers on a Mountain
  • Statue of Liberty Holding Flowers

    Statue of Liberty Holding Flowers
  • Flowers in the Snow Mountains

    Flowers in the Snow Mountains
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This contest is fueled by the following news: They don't quite match up to the sparkle of a diamond or the snobbery of platinum. But here's a new option to make you stand out at a monsoon bash : Garden fresh flower jewellery. At Amrish Pershad's workshop in Delhi, it can get frosty while preparing real flower jewellery. "We maintain a temperature of 10-15 degrees celsius. As the water content is low in cut flowers, the tips easily turn black," explains the 34-year-old who caters to an elite client list. What began as an experiment during his sister's wedding, is now getting him 35-40 orders every wedding season. His team of 35 can shell out necklaces, chokers, brooches and waistbands in an hour's time from fresh-cut flowers. "Floral ornaments are a style statement," says Pershad, who mixes chunks of flowers with Swarovski and coloured beads, and charges upwards of $500 for his effort. "Brides prefer real flower jewellery at the mehndi ceremony," he says. Even children like coloured flowers. "At a birthday party recently, boys wore wooden bracelets while the girls flaunted the Hawaiian look," he muses. He also tried his hand at artificial flower designs. "For summers, orchid and carnations work best. But with a longer shelf life, crystal berries, Olive and Cosmos willows make for a beautiful set," says Pershad. So the next time you set out for a party, the flower shop next door can prove helpful in more ways than one.
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