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March 28, 2013



March came in like a lion and is, thankfully, frolicking out like a lamb.
Is that impatient April I see trying to peak through my window?

My Coloring Book
 
 As flowery friends start poking their heads up to share their beautiful
bounty let's look at some inspiring ways to display them.
 
 
 Often the simplest arrangements make the most powerful statements.
 


Cake Events
How clever are you to repurpose water bottles?!





Bubble Rock
Thrift shop decanters make beautiful, simple vases.


Creature Comforts

 
  
 
How charming is this vintage tin?

 

Stadshem

Fresh cut flowers make every room a little brighter, a little happier.
 
 




Now and Then You Wonder




Source




Glamluxe




 Tiaraless



Rue daMour




Treat yourself as special as you would a
guest - start your day with a happy bouquet.

10 comments:

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    1. You're so sweet and leave the nicest comments. Thanks so much for sticking with me! -- Jan

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  2. Love the use of all those bottles and containers for the flowers!

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    1. Recycling bottles as flower vases is so practical and environmentally responsible, isn't it? Lucky for us they look cute too! Thanks so much for stopping by. -- Jan

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  3. Yes, I do love the vintage tin.

    I enjoyed your post, very inspiring.

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    1. Michelle, thanks for stopping by. Vintage tins are one of my favorite decorating accessories - they're so versatile! -- Jan

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  4. What a beautiful, and simple, display(s) of flowers. I just loved this post- xo Diana

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    1. Thanks, Diana. It was a lot of fun to put together. Hope you have a wonderful Easter. -- Jan

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  5. You brightened our day with your lovely post! What arrangement ideas too---thanks!

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  6. So many pretty ideas! Love the daffodils in the teapot! Enjoy your day. xoxo

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