Thursday, May 16, 2013

Flower Arranging Made Easy

Flower Arrangements Don't Have To Be Hard

Do you incorporate fresh flowers in your home? Are you intimidated at the thought of arranging fresh flowers?  You don't have to.  It's time to enjoy fresh flowers without any fuss.

Fresh flowers made easy:

1. Keep it simple. Use one type of flower in your arrangement. That's it.

Let me illustrate how easy it is to accent your home with fresh flowers by keeping it simple.

{sometimes even a single stem will do}

{two varieties of the same flower}

{simplicity can be dramatic}

{one type of flower can have big impact even when it's small}


Easy peasy.

Have you brought any flowers into your home lately? What's blooming where you are?

It's a beautiful day here. The sun is shining, it's warming up over the last couple of days and may even hit 80 here.  I'll take it, but guess I should get going on springing up the pool, which means lots of de-leafing because once again, the cover didn't cooperate.  Being the water bug I am, it's always worth it in the end.

By the way, comments on yesterdays post '10 Things That Make Drive Crazy' were nothing short of hilarious.  You all went above and beyond your duty in making me laugh out loud. If you haven't already, feel free to add to the list. 

Make it a great day, it's a great day to have.

Ciao for now,


  1. wow, these are beautiful! I don't bring flowers often but my boyfriend brought me a big bouquet of daffodils and red tulips from his mother's garden and I love the effect red and yellow had on my boring desk. I never tried flower arrangements but I love the ideas here.

    1. see how easy it is? i just went and snipped from the yard. love red and yellow tulips - in fact our tulip (seriously, one left from the critters) is red with yellow highlights. so happy.


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