Instant Blossom from a Card

By: varkeychaya - Published: Apr 19, 2008   Updated: Jun 9 2011 • References: yankodesign
The Instant Blossom was designed by Ki-Seung Lee to simulate a real flower vase. A perfect gift for those who don't have fingers that are green, these blooms do not require a lot of maintenance. All it takes is to snap the greeting size card into half and give the hydroponic flowers a spray of water. In an instant you get a flower filled vase.

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