Hi SusieYour flowers look fabulous - I can almost smell the gorgeous things just looking at them! Hope you have a lovely weekend. Leigh
My favourite spring flower, beautifully arranged!
Just gorgeous Susie! I like to think of you happily pottering away in your kitchen as you arranged these....I bet you had a smile on your face the whole time. It's important to make the effort isn't it? I so rarely do and I don't know why. Hang on? Can I hear the call of my favourite homewares shop? Oh yes, I think they have just the thing to get me going. (My children have managed to break nearly every vase in the house.) Hope you have a beautiful weekend in your happy home. Meredy xo.
Hi SusieHow beautiful... Hyacinths. to feed the soul! [assuming they are Hyacinths!] hehehe... Have a great weekend.. xx Julie
They look absolutely beautiful Susie... and I expect they smell fantastic too... Happy weekend to you.. S xx
Dear Susie,How beautiful are they? ... and, I'm pleased to see that you have done an odd number !! I'm always reading how you MUST arrange things in odd numbers. I bet the smell is amazing.I have white parrot tulips in an old jug on my kitchen windowsill, at the moment.Have a wonderful weekend. XXXX
Just came over from Jackies blog to say hello!You've arranged them beautifully ... they look great bunched together ... but I prefer them singly as you have them!Have a great weekend.xx
Beautiful Susie....make me smile!I have been thinking about your comment on one of your posts about your red stove...AGA? I have been fascinated by them. When I came to London on a house hunting tour last year I found that most places in the city had them and at the time of day I was looking it seems like everyone used them to dry their clothes. I thought it was the strangest looking contraption I had ever seen. Now I am besotted. A friend explained hers to me and I felt the urge to have one right away. She loves it. Maybe someday you could do a post on yours?? Would love to hear what you think and pictures please :)Hope you are having a great weekend. I am surrounded by boxes but can not resist the little ding on my computer to say a new email is in my box. Back to work for me :)Jeanne x
Leigh - they do smell delicious - lovely to come down to in the morning!Mise - I love them too - the ones in the garden are not quite 'up' so had to improvise!Meredy - I have to confess I had to run out and pick up two more bud bases - no one is owning up though!Julie - they sure are - Spring is (hopefully) springing (although there are flakes of snow drifting past the window right now!)Sarah - Isn't their scent amazing? I don't remember seeing them very often in Sydney - do you get them?Jackie - How I wish I had kept all my lovely old jugs - I had a big clear out when we moved from Sydney and they are now gracing someone else's windowsill!Marina - Lovely to see you - welcome & look forward to seeing you again!Jeanne - coming v. soon!! Hope the mountain of unpacked boxes is dwindling and the empties growing! Thank you all for your lovely comments - so much appreciated & enjoyed...hope you all had a great weekend x