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  1. You always have such awesome ideas. And they’re not hard to do, or expensive. Just require a little time and thought! Oh, and probably a bit of love, too!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Kathy; that’s a wonderful compliment! Yes, it doesn’t take much money, just some creativity to enjoy beauty in your life:) To see potential so you can create the unique!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the To grandma’s house we go link party! I’ll be featuring this tomorrow morning when the new party starts!

  3. I love your whole vignette! The wood board with the label, the green feeder, the white tin overhang…. I can’t quite tell what any of those pieces are, but I love them and would love some more detailed pictures! 😉 Love your bouquets. Especially that you added the seed pods and blossoms that were not peak! Simply marvelous!
    🙂 gwingal

    1. Thanks for the sweet compliments, Nikki! This little corner of my kitchen gets a makeover every couple of weeks to reflect the seasonal changes. It’s a fun, easy switch-up spot & it’s usually what I look at for most of the day, so it needs to be inspiring!

  4. Great idea! I never thought about color blocking in relation to flower arranging. I love your collection of old bottles, too. It makes a beautiful display. (We chicken-sit for our neighbors, too, when they’re out of town. But, they don’t have beautiful flowers in their yard — too bad).
    Carol (“Mimi”) from Home with Mimi

  5. Shelly Torola says:

    Love it Lora! Inspired to get out in the morning & pick some pretty! Was nice to see you in Wayzata, hope you found some treasures ?

    1. We did find some fun things at that sale, Shelly! Fun to bump into you! Yes, get out and enjoy the flowers while we can:)