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The Art of Flower Arranging

Jul 18, 2013

by Lisa Butterworth handmade and vintage goods

“Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made, and forgot to put a soul into.” Social reformer Henry Beecher made this assertion in the mid-19th century, but even today blooms carry a similar romance. In fact, the petaled beauties seem to be holding sway over us more than ever. Nary a day goes by that my Instagram or Feedly doesn’t blossom with arrangements both impressive and understated. Forget roses by the dozen and bouquets choked with baby’s breath. With a few inspired women at the forefront, floral design is seeing a new surge of creativity and popularity. And thanks to its inherent DIY ethos, it’s a fragrant skill you can try your own hand at as well.



A shot from Yasmine’s Instagram.

Los Angeles-based floral designer Yasmine Khatib has been plucking stems since she was a kid, when she spent her days picking wildflowers on summer visits to family in Provence. “It sounds so romantic, it’s kind of ridiculous,” Khatib says with a laugh. “I always had an affinity for flowers and nature.” In college she worked at a flower shop and has been creating arrangements ever since. Khatib says she’s “definitely” seen a recent rise in interest when it comes to flowers, and more particularly, what she calls “freeform” design. “I think it isn’t as visually pleasing to have something perfect and symmetrical,” she says. “I’ve seen an increase in arrangements that look picked from a field, but still have some form to them.”

It’s this bit of wildness that seems to be one of the major driving forces behind the resurgence of the pastime. “People are becoming more environmentally aware, and are having a greater interest in nature overall,” Khatib says. Just as people are rolling up their sleeves and bringing the pleasures of the country to the city by planting rooftop gardens, raising backyard chickens, and setting up bee hives at home, having fresh-cut flowers on hand is a way to bring a bit of the outdoors in, especially for folks who count their fire escape as outside space. “For me, getting into floral design was definitely a desire to be closer to nature,” agrees New York–based floral designer Ariel Dearie.

Social media is also fanning the flames of the floral resurgence. The picturesque beauty of flowers has never been easier to share. “The Internet has enabled me and other florists to reach a larger audience,” says Dearie, whose Instagram posts feature candy-hued ranunculus and vibrant marigolds. Brooklyn floral designerAmy Merrick — whose feed induces blossom-picking, country-house fantasies — has nearly 50,000 followers who can’t like her swoon-worthy shots of peonies, roses, and lilacs fast enough.

Cut flowers also appeal because of their sheer accessibility. Khatib credits markets like Trader Joe’s, where blooms are plentiful and affordable, for the current popularity of the art of arranging. Plus, floral design is incredibly democratic. “It’s a skill,” Khatib says. “It’s something that can be acquired by anyone.” In New York, classes can be taken at The Little Flower School, and Merrick hosts workshops as well. Khatib will begin teaching classes in L.A. in October, and no matter where you live, you can get arrangement guidance with an online class from floral stylist Chelsea Fuss (the gal behind Frolic).

If you are interested at trying your hand at arranging flowers, Khatib believes the best way to learn is simply by “a lot of trial and error.” Dearie agrees. When experimenting with arrangements, she suggests first building a structure and shape using foliage, then adding focal blooms and finishing with interesting floral highlights. Once you’ve made your arrangement, she says keeping “cut flowers cool, very well hydrated, and out of the sun” are musts. Khatib suggests choosing the type of design you like in print or online, and then finding a particular image and trying to replicate it, recreating an arrangement until you find the right type of flower and proportions.

But Khatib mentions something that reveals what is most likely at the intangible heart of our current crush on flowers — their inherent ability to make us slow down and truly appreciate a moment. “I like working with ephemeral things. It’s nice having something that I know isn’t going to last long — it makes me enjoy it so much more,” she says. “I almost feel like I have to sit and look at them and take them in, because they’re going to die soon and I won’t have the opportunity.”


  • LittleSparrowNest

    Lady Georgia Sakura Howell from LittleSparrowNest said 7 years ago

    Thank You for this visually inspiring piece, I too have an affinity to "taking my time with flowers" I love gathering the Greenery & Blossoms from around my Home, and creating mini arrangements, Some of them I keep if they've dried artistically. So, Don't forget your own backyard/neighborhoods In your bouquets. 

  • tresameyerdesigns

    Tresa Meyer Clark from MeyerClarkCreative said 7 years ago

    Thank you for this post, it made my day! I forgot to go outside today and make an arrangement. I promised myself I would spend more time outdoors this Summer in my yard. It brings me closer to God and helps to just breath and have time to soak up all the nature an beauty around me. I loved the photo of Ariel Dearie Flowers. Free form is not always easy, but I love it more than anything too structured. But isn't that how most artists feel? Great blog post, congrats Yasmine Khatib.


    VINTAGE NOW from ESTATENOW said 7 years ago

    Love Flowers..Thanks for sharing.

  • FluffyFlowers

    FluffyFlowers from FluffyFlowers said 7 years ago

    nothing more beautiful than fluffy flowers :)

  • TheGlowingSkin

    TheGlowingSkin from TheGlowingSkin said 7 years ago

    Ikebana was for the sophisticated at one time. The domain of geishas and artistic indulgent. Now it is for the inspired and innovative in everyday art. cool post

  • agebo

    Ann Cosgrove from acbcDesign said 7 years ago

    Gorgeous arrangements - so inspirational! I love having fresh flowers in simple arrangements in the house - especially when they come from our garden!

  • jessgreenleaf

    Jess Greenleaf from GREENLEAFblueberry said 7 years ago

    Flower arranging- not as easy as it may first appear!

  • rosannaburford

    Rosanna Burford from RosannaBurford said 7 years ago

    beautiful! really got me inspired to try making some arrangements for my home - I will have to go to the market on Saturday and buy some flowers!

  • sukran

    Sukran Kirtis from SukranKirtisJewelry said 7 years ago

    iit is really fun but not easy, I love soft color combinations with little darker touches Vintage style photo is gorgeous

  • EdelweissPost

    Patrick from EdelweissPost said 7 years ago

    My mom arranges flowers in her small-town Iowa flower shop -- It is such fun to watch her perform her art. And it's aroma therapy in the truest sense!

  • KMalinka

    Natalia from KMalinkaVintage said 7 years ago

    Lovely flower arranging !

  • H88255

    H88255 from HillarysSuperfoods said 7 years ago

    I just love flowers! I am starting to learn the art of arranging flowers myself! Beautiful post.

  • blueflowervintage

    blueflowervintage from blueflowervintage said 7 years ago

    I absolutely love this post because I love pretty flowers!

  • valeriephoto

    Valerie from valeriestitchery said 7 years ago

    Lovely arrangements. Like living plants, fresh flowers do make a home so much nicer!

  • JewelrybyDorothy

    Dorothy from JewelrybyDorothy said 7 years ago

    Beautiful arrangements! Thank you!

  • BozenaWojtaszek

    Bozena Wojtaszek from BozenaWojtaszek said 7 years ago

    Great post! Couldn't stand life without flowers.

  • telepelekids

    ilanit bronstein from telepelekids said 7 years ago

    Flower-Power,flowers are the happiness tears of god i belive,,,, i love flowers,it bring much joy to my heart,i love it at home; at the garden;printed on my cloths,,,just everywhere!the kids cloths im creating are with lots of flowers. Thank you!

  • SomeKindOfPretty

    Catheryn Dallenbach from SomeKindOfPretty said 7 years ago

    I tried to get in at some flower shops when I was in college. I would have loved to work in a flower shop!!!! I love cut flowers! I always cut flowers from my yard and if I have a good excuse, I will even by them from the store. <3

  • DarburyCottage

    Rosemary Wascher from DarburyCottage said 7 years ago

    I have given away several home grown bouquet's ,That people thought I went to a florist . It's a great feeling to share nature's beauty and make some one's day.

  • jizbasusan

    Susan Jizba from TheWeaverOfWords said 7 years ago

    so incredibly Gorgeous... I really love natural unique looking floral arrangements...when I have that on my desk I can almost imagine that I'm sitting in a golden sunny meadow, rather than at my 9-5 job!

  • Florentes

    Inga and Daiva from Florentes said 7 years ago

    Flowers are that little joy of life, they can take your smile and shine for you! Great article, love it.

  • admspeicher

    Adam Speicher from SpeicherBowTieCo said 7 years ago


  • Pixie2428

    Doris C. from SewBeautifulbyDC said 7 years ago

    Your photos are beautiful ! Sometimes the simple arrangements made with flowers from your backyard garden are the best.

  • cottonbirddesigns

    Angela Cotton from CottonBirdDesigns said 7 years ago

    Very inspiring, beautiful arrangements!

  • fbstudiovt

    Laura Hale from FoundBeautyStudioArt said 7 years ago

    Thanks so much for this fabulous post! Floral design and arranging is one of my passions and has been for as long as I've been old enough to reach jars on the shelves to hold the blooms I've picked. It's satisfying and calming, and to me, completely indulgent and luxurious. Cut flowers - those beautiful fresh, lovely spikes of nature - have such a brief life. What delightful hedonism to have something so impractical around!

  • inspiringanchors

    Megan Braswell from inspiringanchors said 7 years ago

    I just want to come spend the day with you. Oh, and the flowers in the photos are beautiful!

  • apocketofposies

    Becca from apocketofposies said 7 years ago

    This is a beautiful and inspiring post! Love the natural elegance of these floral designs...Gorgeous!

  • TheresasGourmet

    Theresa Ryales from TheresasGourmet said 7 years ago

    Very beautiful!

  • cosmiksouls

    joan kelly from cosmiksouls said 7 years ago

    Truly LOVELY !!!<3 Thanks so much for sharing with us <3

  • GeorgieGirlLLC

    D George from GeorgieGirlLLC said 7 years ago

    Flowers are so cheerful, even when you feel blue. Thanks for sharing!

  • RetrofitBecky

    Becky from RetrofitStyle said 7 years ago

    It thrills me to see floral design becoming popular again! I was a flower child in the 1960's and 70's. My first real job was at a flower shop and I was hooked for life! I worked my way through college as a floral designer, and have always grown flowers in my gardens. I taught my husband how to pick out fresh flowers for arranging and now he's into the creative beauty of it also! Makes me so happy!

  • BambuEarth

    Amber from BambuEarth said 7 years ago

    Love these unique arrangements! It takes such skill to do great flower arrangements. My friend used to own her own flower arrangement company and it is HARD work! But the results are so beautiful... ♥

  • Challand

    Sharon Challand from Challand said 7 years ago

    So pretty!

  • TheEverlastingPosy

    TheEverlastingPosy from TheEverlastingPosy said 7 years ago

    Lovely work!

  • recycledwares

    Nerrissa W from RecycledWares said 7 years ago

    Wild flowers are my favorite. My dad and I would go along the back roads and hand pick flowers for mom on mother's day.

  • Fimigal

    Voneen Pryce from Woolby said 7 years ago

    Lovely flower arrangements. Thanks for sharing!

  • MissingTagVintage

    Caroline from MissingTagVintage said 7 years ago

    Lovely!! I have an admiring affinity towards them, forever and ever.

  • bgrkid64

    Arthur and Michelle Gonzalez from AMGCraftsandPhotos said 7 years ago

    Arranging may be hard at first and then when you throw in the language of flowers it can absolutely blow the mind, but oh so worth it in beauty.

  • fantasygarden

    Anna Kikute from fantasygarden said 7 years ago

    I like to work with flowers and did work in flower shop sometimes it could hard, but it always makes you smile .

  • mettaville

    Guatyen Koh from Mettaville said 7 years ago

    What an inspiring post, flowers always lift my spirit! ahhh..... :)

  • auntjanecan

    Jane Priser from JanePriserArts said 7 years ago

    Wonderful! I love the ring vase by SookjaeArt !

  • haruaki

    Tiffany Key from resinjewelryHARUAKI said 7 years ago

    My cousin and I used to raid our grandmother's garden to make bouquets to sell to the drivers speeding past on the four-lane highway in front of her house. It was definitely a venture undertaken for the love of process over profit. The only person that stopped was our uncle who asked us if our grandmother knew we had torn apart her yard. To answer his question, my grandmother came out with a pair of garden shears for both of us and a box of Mason jars to use as vases. To this day I prefer Mason jars to proper vases.

  • StillVintage

    StillVintage from StillVintage said 7 years ago

    Just took a trip to Las Vegas and was amazed over and over again by the wonderful flower arrangements: the choice of natural materials, shapes and unusual vases

  • Splendere

    Pearlie from Splendere said 7 years ago

    Being a nature lover, I share your love for flowers - flowers of all kinds.

  • topvistama

    topvistama from KleponDesign said 7 years ago

    Beautiful flower arrangements! Thank you for sharing.

  • richdon1

    Rich and Dona from TheCottageMouse said 7 years ago

    I took floral arranging many years ago and worked in a flower shop as well but never made anything so beautiful as seen above. Very nice.

  • GeorgiannaLane

    Georgianna from GeorgiannaLane said 7 years ago

    Floral design is so intrinsic to my work and is such a rewarding activity. Thank you for this great post and also for featuring my Ranunculus photo in related items!

  • maryyovkovich

    Mary from HollybrookLane said 7 years ago

    Gorgeous floral arrangements! Thank you! There is truly no flower that I do not love. From the simple daisy to the romantic rose, but a sunflower always makes me smile. Spring would never have sprung without the simple purple Lilac. No arrangement can ever be the same! I have to agree with the person who loves the flowers in a Mason jar. Hoosier vases and carnival glass also make stunning vases too! I have a vintage sterling silver cup vase with a glass top with 20 holes for the flower arrangement. It is a bit beat up but I will never give it away!!!!!!

  • picklehead

    Karina Pryor from picklehead said 7 years ago

    so beautiful! <3

  • LilyThings

    Elizabeth Lagasse from LillyThings said 7 years ago

    Gorgeous ! Thanks for letting us take a peek ! Always wanted learn how to do this !!

  • donnieleandro

    Donnie from DonniesDiscounts said 7 years ago

    good job

  • PattiTrostle

    Patti Trostle from PattiTrostle said 7 years ago

    Beautiful arrangements! I love to paint flowers!

  • silverlily786

    Fatema from SilverLilyJewelry said 7 years ago

    I love the whimsical drapey quality of Ariel's designs!

  • lynnsteeves

    Lynn Steeves from VerticalFlora said 7 years ago

    so much pretty!

  • patspottery

    Pat Parker from PatsPottery said 7 years ago

    I took a class in floral arranging many yeas ago, and enjoyed it very much. Still have many of the wreaths and swags I made for Christmas.

  • debvasbinder

    Deb Vasbinder from BabyCuteBaby said 7 years ago

    Very beautiful ! Thank You for sharing.

  • GracefullyGirly

    Kimberlee from GracefullyGirly said 7 years ago

    Oh, how I love flowers!!!!! Thanks for your wonderful and insightful article. I've always preferred the more wild arrangements that give a nod to nature. Nature does it so well. The completely evenly balanced ones are a little missing, imho. I love your wall of pretty flower prints. I have a bunch of flower prints from a vintage book hanging clustered in my home. I love looking at them. They are a little bit of nature I've brought in that I can gaze at when I don't have cut flowers to admire.

  • myerssharon

    Sharon Myers from Motherdaughterflowe1 said 7 years ago

    I love flowers,and these pics are perfect. I must, because I play with flowers everyday. Thank you for the inspirations.

  • artbycarrie10

    Carrie Paquette from Artbycarriepaquette said 7 years ago

    Very Elegant! Unique and creative!

  • YearsAfter

    Sharon from YearsAfter said 7 years ago

    Beautiful photos of beautiful arrangements!

  • SunshineDayCrafts

    Beth from SunshineDayCrafts said 7 years ago

    Great post!

  • mattyhandmadecrafts

    Matejka Max from NattyMatty said 7 years ago

    Floral delight!

  • NicolasKnitKnacks

    Nicola and Jessica Belton from CelticKnittingCo said 7 years ago

    I have been dealing with flowers all my life as I am a qualified horticulturist. Both flowers and knitting are my passions in life and to see and article like this makes me smile. The art of flower arranging is and absolute art in itself and I applause anyone who creates art as fascinating as the pictures in this article. Thank you so much for sharing, you have put a smile on my face!

  • mkasonen

    Merle Kasonen from Mekadorn said 7 years ago


  • mouserrano

    Lisa Serrano Diaz from PrincessMouseyCards said 7 years ago

    I always think flowers are beautiful no matter what! This is a nice post.

  • Motleycouture

    Motleycouture from Motleycouture said 7 years ago

    Nothing like an arrangement of cut flowers in a room! So beautiful and they lift a person's spirits. Very healing! Great feature!

  • lovelygifts

    Linda from lovelygifts said 7 years ago

    So True! Flowers just make me smile.

  • TheMillineryShop

    Marcia Lacher from TheMillineryShop said 7 years ago

    Flowers are truly amazing and have a beauty that is actually provable. Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who figured out a sequence of numbers that appears over and over again in nature. These numbers form a ratio that coincide with the number of petals in a flower, the spiral curl of a fern and even the beauty of a human face. So beauty is not always in the eye of the beholder but sometimes simply a fact.

  • LostInTheValley

    LostInTheValley from LostInTheValleyPhoto said 7 years ago

    I love flower arranging! I have worked at a couple of florists in the past, but never enjoyed it as much as going out in my garden and creating a fresh organic bouquet for myself. Lovely blog post! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Julie DeGroot from JewelsInTheGarden said 7 years ago

    I often create floral displays from my gardens, each reflecting a special time in my life, an echo from my past. My gardens hold the growing gifts I've received for the past 30 years. Each bouquet is a treasure trove of memories that embrace me of family, friends and my travels. Each flower having a story, a place, a person within them. They greet me and I smile.

  • xutian1

    ya mo from 2013color said 7 years ago

    iit is really fun but not easy、、i love

  • atinyforest

    Kimberly from atinyforest said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful post! Wildflowers in a mason jar on the back porch are my usual medium, but I can definitely appreciate these. Thank you!

  • BlueRidgeAlteredArt

    Sherry from BlueRidgeAlteredArt said 7 years ago

    Just coming in from picking garden flowers for my home for the day. Beautiful natural looking arrangements for inspiration. Thank you


    KiM from KIMONOSFeathers said 7 years ago

    Wonderful ideas, very motivating. Thank You

  • SarahOfSweden

    Sarah Flood from SarahOfSweden said 7 years ago

    Love this post! Thank you for sharing!

  • slathered

    Sharon Moores from slathered said 7 years ago

    Lovely! I adore flower arrangements, but it's a skill I just can't master no matter how hard I try. I'm in awe of those who can. Thanks for sharing!

  • paramountvintage

    kristin from blackmoonsky said 7 years ago

    absolutely beautiful! you create some beautiful arrangements. and that instagram photo of you working is stunning!

  • LoveTheBaby

    Allison Moss from LoveTheBaby said 7 years ago

    A refreshing movement in floral arranging. It can be hard to find a unique and special arrangement when buying flowers as a gift for another. Everything can just seem so ordinary. I appreciate Ariel's advice to begin with the foliage and then moving on to the blooms when designing at home. We have blooms in the garden now and I will try this approach. Thank you for the article and best wishes to these talented designers.

  • MokuzaiFurniture

    Mokuzai Furniture from MokuzaiFurniture said 7 years ago

    I love the perfectly imperfect of a good floral arrangement. I always over think it but those that are true artists of the craft can see the beauty in the chaos and create something wonderful. Beautiful pictures and thank you for this post reminding us of the artistry in nature.

  • mazedasastoat

    mazedasastoat from mazedasastoat said 7 years ago

    No, sorry, I prefer living plants to cut flowers. I always think it's a shame to kill them for a few days' fleeting pleasure for someone who keeps them cooped up indoors.

  • NirvanaRoad

    Lisa from NirvanaRoad said 7 years ago

    Very zen!

  • debbiegiordano1

    Debbie from JustBeadDesignsbyDeb said 7 years ago

    Love the "free-forming" arrangements...Thank you for sharing!

  • LetterKay

    Kayla from LetterKay said 7 years ago

    Beautiful arrangements! Very inspiring!

  • handloomin

    Manju G from JaipurHandloom said 7 years ago

    Gotta love the arrangements. Thanks for sharing.

  • OhDearViolet

    Kathi Roussel from OhDearViolet said 7 years ago

    Who can resist the seductive charms of fresh flowers! Thanks for the fabulous inspiration : )

  • OhDearViolet

    Kathi Roussel from OhDearViolet said 7 years ago

    Who can resist the seductive charm of fresh flowers! Thanks for the inspiration : )

  • WatchWithDaDa

    Alice Irwin from WatchWithDaDa said 7 years ago

    There's something very special about fresh flowers, a true luxury, yet so simple, natural.

  • eclecticintuition

    Denise & Lizzie from ClassicTableware said 7 years ago


  • Murth

    Primrose from PrimroseBlackwell said 7 years ago

    Amy Merrick must have a very good PR person indeed! There are some bloggers and flower arrangers who are completely over exposed. I do not buy into the mainstream. Your "blog post" should have been about flower arranging as the title stated not flower arrangers. There are so many Emerging Flowers Artists out there...your post wold have served them well.

  • Pysar

    Yuri Pysar from Pysar said 7 years ago

    Flowers.. Like them so much. They say men don´t like to be presented with flowers, but I do love it when people bring flowers to my exhibition openings and I paint them then :)

  • amyvonhagen

    amyvonhagen said 7 years ago


  • dannylion

    Lauryn Quinn from thefrolickingfrog said 7 years ago

    I've always loved the look of wildflowers and a freeform arrangement over symmetrical. Happy to see this is in vogue now! Such gorgeous flowers here, they look like sculptures! Too bad these creations can't last longer.

  • Parachute425

    Terry from Parachute425 said 7 years ago

    I've always admired someone who could arrange flowers. I'm all thumbs at it. Nice post

  • dominna

    Katrina Dzerkale from Dominna said 7 years ago

    thumbs up :)

  • LaurasHandmadeGifts

    Laura from LaRoHandmades said 7 years ago


  • creationsbyMrsJoJo

    Joanne from SeamsLikePinkPaisley said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing, lovely post!

  • lizhutnick

    Liz Hutnick from LizHutnick said 7 years ago

    Love love love flowers and having fresh arrangements in the home! This reminds me of a story my mom told me of how her mother would bring home fresh flowers on a regular basis along with food from the marketplace. And she did this even when money was tight during the war and during the time they fled their country and stayed in a few others before coming to the US. Grandma's belief was that flowers were food for the soul. I believe that also.

  • simpleeluxx

    Ivonne from heatherhazelcouture said 7 years ago

    There's nothing better than fresh flowers ! Love this blog post topic!

  • normaharrell

    Norma from CultOfChiffon said 7 years ago

    These arrangements look like an antique Dutch still life painting! So romantic & dreamy. Thank you for the floral inspiration :-)

  • bedouin

    Nicole from Crackerjackarma said 7 years ago

    Beautiful and beyond ~*~

  • lmouer

    Lynsey from lmouer said 7 years ago

    Simply beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  • Fiume

    Erin O'Rourke from Aruguletta said 7 years ago

    I love this story! I'm awed every time I see a bouquet or arrangement. Everyone has a different way of putting flowers together. And many people do it so casually, because it's just something that you do, and create something beautiful, but it's so lovely when done by someone with a real eye and skill for arranging.

  • AScrappyLife

    AScrappyLife from AScrappyLife said 7 years ago

    I love fresh flowers! Very nice article, it's so relaxing to put flowers together in a lovely arrangement.

  • theindiehandmade

    Ombretta from IndieLab said 7 years ago

    lovely flowers! Thanks for sharing!

  • candlesbynature

    candlesbynature from candlesbynature said 7 years ago

    "It’s this bit of wildness that seems to be one of the major driving forces behind the resurgence of the pastime." My favorite part of creating floral arrangements as well...I love finding wildflowers!

  • EmmaJosephineDesigns

    Emma Otu-Brown from EmmaJosephineDesigns said 7 years ago

    Great job! I love arranging flowers just for the fun of it.

  • ezliving

    ezliving from ezliving said 7 years ago

    Beautiful! very inspiring!

  • avalshebstvo

    Atelie Valshebstvo from AtelierValshebstvo said 7 years ago

    Beautiful arrangements! Thank you!

  • AVintageJoy

    Joy Watson from AVintageJoy said 7 years ago

    Wow so beautiful, I love that you found your passion and made a career out of it! You definitely have a beautiful eye for flowers.

  • CharlieErnestNErise

    Ashley from MasonRabbitHome said 7 years ago

    I love the floral prints on the wall!

  • CharlieErnestNErise

    Ashley from MasonRabbitHome said 7 years ago

    Mmmmm, this looks light, refreshing and delicious! Pinning it right now!

  • Rue615

    Ellen Choate from SweetShopDesign said 7 years ago

    Very pretty! Thank you for sharing!

  • farandtwee

    Vintage Minnow from VintageMinnow said 7 years ago

    Love Flowers...they just die so quickly :(

  • aressa

    aressa from OriginalBridalHanger said 7 years ago

    Flowers are my favorite thing to paint...Love your arrangements...Kudos to you!

  • sandydesigns

    sandy from sandydesigns said 7 years ago

    how pretty!

  • OliveLongstocking

    Gumtree Gallery from GumTreeGallery said 7 years ago

    lovely - nothing beats fresh flowers - xxx

  • emberair

    emberair from EmberandAir said 7 years ago

    Great feature! long lost art of flower arranging :)

  • mriefler

    Molly Riefler from MulberryStreetPaper said 7 years ago

    How inspiring!

  • VintageRoseShop

    Joanne Poore from ArtiqueBoutiqueShop said 7 years ago

    Beautiful and inspiring! Flowers are my favorite thing in the whole wide world ...

  • designandplay

    Belle from designandbelle said 6 years ago

    very beautiful!

  • EllieChase

    Ellie Chase from JolanDesigns said 6 years ago

    brings a smile to my face =)

  • korenkwan

    Koren Kwan from GarasuWonderland said 5 years ago

    very pretty~

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