Tuesday, March 23, 2010



It's funny how our weeks tend to color coordinate. Last week was a meditation in the realm of peach and rust colors...



Camel roses, "mon cherie" dafodils, salmon ranunculus, parrot "libretto" tulips, "gypsy" hyacinth...



A jasmine tea soap wrapped up, a sample for a wedding favor...



Mile End, a new delicatessen on Hoyt Street - Amy brought me a montreal style bagel with lox, capers and tomato...



Cards from Screech Owl Designs...

15 comments:

Ashley Yazzie said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful images. The bagel looked scrumptious as well.

forget.me.knot.weddings said...

love these flowers!

Amanda said...

The succulents and pale pinks/peaches in those arrangements are so beautiful.

soulflower said...

I love the peachy goodness of these flowers...I also wish I had that bagel.

Sarah said...

i wish i had that bagel right now too - the lox, the bagel it was divine. sigh

Dandelion and Grey said...

Beautiful... all of it! Especially the flowers! xo

everythinggardens said...

yummy, all of it! do you ever use heuchera leaves in your arrangements? the "peach melba" would be hot in these arrangements! love your work as always.

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Erin said...

Your arrangements and photos are mind blowing gorgeous!

Terresa said...

Mmm, the bagel looks so so good.

Lovely blog you have here!

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flower Philippine said...

Lovely flowers! Wish I can also arrange beautiful flowers like that. I want to learn how to arrange flowers cause it so interesting. Anyway, I enjoyed reading this post. Thanks for sharing!


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That top arrangement with the blush-ruffled daffodils? GA! It deserves a limerick in its honor. Or a haiku at least.

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Okay, after seeing these pics, first thing I need is a bagel, and then some cute soap and flowers.