Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Less is More ~

Here are a few simple ideas on how to display all of your lovely flowers from your Summer garden...




Better Homes & Gardens

 Real Simple




Country Living


Woman's Day

So I recently realized that I missed my blog anniversary - which I couldn't believe! To celebrate, I have a few giveaways planned for next week!





12 comments:

Amy said...

beautiful! If I only had some nice flowers!

Suzanne said...

Mmmmm. There's nothing better than a house-full of flowers! I love the simplicity in each of those arrangements!

Terrell said...

Such beautiful displays!! I agree...less is more! Simply dainty! I can't wait for your giveaways...congrats on your anniversary :) Have a beautiful day!!
~Terrell @ FFD~

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

These photos are beautiful! Nothing like fresh flowers!

Did your blog background disappear? Mine did the same thing, just went away! Took me all night long last night just poking and prodding and it came back! Crazy!

Lou Cinda :)

Tammy @ tinselshop.com said...

Chelsea,

These displays just scream SUMMER! Gorgeous, I am partial to the mercury glass and the first bottle pic.

Best wishes,
Tammy

Ms. Bake-it said...

Lovely displays. I like the simplicity of them.

~ Tracy

Holly said...

I love a single type of flower and a simple but sweet arrangement. Pretty!

Designs on 47th Street said...

Just lovely pictures. Don't you just love the simplicity of old jars and simple flowers?

Donna

Angie said...

LOve the sunflowers!! Happy Blogaversary! ;)

Irma@CosasBellas said...

Hi Chelsea, unfortunately I live in a condo so, no garden for me =(

But I do have succulents, which I love because they're easy to maintain, and I lack a green thumb.

I love the pic of the ones in the cute little silver goblets!

Thanks for sharing!

kathi @ traybella said...

love the sunflowers in the blue pitcher. they are all just really beautiful!
can't wait for the giveaway!
happy happy anniversary!

kathi

Building a House and Home said...

A great way to use old medicine bottles. Great post.

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