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The Results | #ObjectProject_Flowers

What a fantastic start to our new hashtag project, the aptly named Object Project, where anyone can show off their creative skills by sharing visuals of everyday objects in a way that really speaks to them.

Emma Harris of @aquietstyle kicked things off for us with her beautiful still life arrangement of flowers, courtesy of @katelangdaleflorist, for #ObjectProject_Flowers.

Whalar Creators can exclusively view the behind the scenes making of this image over on Campus (just make sure you're logged in!) If you don't have a creator account, you can check out a sneak peek here.

In total, we had a huge 139 entries, and the standard was exceptionally high for each one - it's safe to say Emma has had a tough time judging. So, before we announce the winner, lets take a look at some of the amazing work submitted.

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*(L;[@rebekahbethany](https://www.instagram.com/rebekahbethany/), [@law.and.luc](https://www.instagram.com/law.and.luc/))*

(L; @herinternest, R; @leointhegarden)


...And that was just a tiny selection of the amazing content submitted over the course of just 6 days. To view the all the other content (and I really recommend you do) just visit #ObjectProject_Flowers.

Now, are you ready for the winner? Drumroll...

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Congratulations to @judith.khlk, who Emma has picked as her favourite entry to share in her Instagram stories. Judith has beautifully captured a floral painting on her sons feet, and we're blown away by her talent! We will also be featuring Judith's content on our own Instagram feed, so be sure to go and show it some love.

Missed out on this one? Stay tuned for next Wednesday when we will be revealing the next Object Project...

Chelsea Carter

Chelsea Carter

Head of Content, Whalar