Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Isn't this an example of a dainty and delicate design? On the right is an example of a botanical gift tag. I have enjoyed the literary theme that Elizabeth Joy assigned this week. Please check back soon.

I had a difficult time deciding which book I wanted to review for this event and so have selected two. Later in the week I will be reviewing a book on creating and growing native wildflowers in a cultivated garden. Please come back again!


  1. This book is inspirational and beautiful! I am so glad that you reviewed it for us. I've never seen it before, and may have to try to find a copy, as it looks like the kind of thing I would really enjoy doing, especially with a blog called Wildflower Morning. I am thrilled with people's enthusiasm for Wildflowers and participation. You are welcome to make more then one post a week, as I didn't set any limits on that in the beginning. I am thinking "the more the better."

    I hope you are having a wonderful week.

  2. Wow! What a beautiful book that is. Thank you for sharing some pages out of it for us...

  3. Thanks for the beautiful illustrated book review.

  4. Oh, how beautiful! I could look at a book like that for a long, long time!

  5. Anonymous9:06 AM

    Exceptional book. Loved every page and photo.
    Kathy b

  6. Wonderful, gorgeous!
    I am a wildflower card maker and this book gives lots of inspiration. I'll keep my eyes open for a copy!
    Thanks for the review, LaTea!



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