3.25.2014

Twosday: Spring Flowers


Threes-day? I couldn't narrow it down to only two photos...#rulebreaker

I couldn't help but think of my Grandma Norene when I arranged these beautiful ranunculus, she would always create the most beautiful flower arrangements for her garden club. I love the way spring flowers and unique arrangements always make me think of her.


Linking up with Stephanie at Twentieth Street...


Twentieth Street

10 comments:

  1. Your flowers are beautiful. I love this twosday link up and I think it's ok to be a rulebreaker in this case. I wish garden clubs were still around or Maybe they are sounds like a wonderful idea :)

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  2. Ha! We DO have twin photos this week! But, I mean, how could you resist the beautiful ranunculus right now? They're so delicate and detailed, all they need is a simple background to shine. Great minds think alike, I guess. ;)

    PS - I <3 rulebreakers

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  3. Those are gorgeous! I really need to pick up my DSLR this week...and use it!

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  4. Those flowers are gorgeous!! And I love the colors of them too.
    I never think to buy ranunculus, but I definitely should the next time I see some at the grocery store.

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  5. Ranunculas are my FAVORITE flowers and orange is my favorite color!! Win/Win!

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  6. haha threes-day! you're adorable! i love ranuculas! have you ever been to the flower fields in San Diego!? They are beautiful and full of them!

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  7. Rules are meant to be broken :-) I made so many beautiful pics of spring flowers that the rest will feature in another post :-) and I love ranunculus. Each time I buy them, I always take a lot of pictures just cause I love their detail and look!

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  8. I think I need to go pick up some flowers for myself!

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  9. I love spring because of all the blooming flowers! Thanks for sharing you brought a little sunshine to this grey Portland day!
    xo

    it-girlworld.blogspot.com

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