Touches of spring can bring cheer and color to home decor. Arrangements of fresh flowers on a table or counter top can create interest and wafts of reluctant fragrance to the passerby. The earliest spring flowers are usually tiny, making floral design difficult. Collecting simple, small containers can be beneficial as vases for miniature arrangements. Those with narrow mouths work best as they guide fragile stems into their vile. These work well for holding snowdrops, violets, pansies, miniature daffodils and more. Set on a windowsill, suctioned to a glass cabinet door, or hung from a knob, arrangements of these small elements of spring establish a gentle and gracious ambiance in the home. Let their sweet flower faces entertain all who enter your door. Take time to stop and smell the flowers.
So sweet...I don't always think to have fresh flowers in the house. I can do better, though I am enjoying the forced forsythia.ReplyDelete
These photos put a HUGE smile on my face! We don't have daffodils yet, but we do have crocus and these little purple things. :-)ReplyDelete
Hello La Tea Dah...Sniff, sniff. I'm getting a whiff of your lovely daffodillies. Got some this morning at the supermarket and put them into a green vase but I'm giving them away to a friend who just had surgery. Lovely post, as always, Sincerely, SusanReplyDelete
Oh Spring flowers are the very best. So beautiful!ReplyDelete