Decorate with fresh flowers
I am so excited to be here today! I love Kristin and hanging out at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia! When thinking about what I was going to talk about today, I looked back over my blog and chose something that makes me smile every time I see them!
Who doesn’t love fresh flowers!
Not only are they beautiful, but they are one of the least expensive items that we can add to our homes to make it welcoming.
These are a bunch from Wal-Mart.
Place them in a Mason Jar, formally a spaghetti sauce container.
And they dress-up your coffee table.
Walk around your yard and see what’s in bloom, cut some ivy and
gather all your white vases
to create a welcoming entrance.
This is a sunflower from the grocery store.
It only took a few of them for this table setting.
One bunch of white tulips and more ivy from the yard.
Put the finishing touches on my black kitchen table.
Five dollars for the blue mason jars from a yard sale.
and $6 dollars for the daisies from Sam’s dress up my mantel.
A bunch of fresh flowers in a tin can, from my nieces wedding.
Hydrangeas from last year.
I believe in the power of flowers!
Come visit me over at reFresh reStyle!
Thank you so much for having me over today!
So refreshing and pretty Debbie! Amazing what some color and flowers can do. They are my favorite, and I LOVE when the Husband walks in the door with them! 🙂
Okay… now, not only do I NEED a lemon pie… I need to buy some flowers too 😉 You’ll get consumer spending up all on your own Debbie :))) Great post and awesome pictures!
Hi Kristin 🙂
It’s so nice to be here! Thanks for having me 🙂
What a wonderful post, Debbie! I LOVE fresh flowers … and, the ones you splashed around your gorgeous home are perfection! I love that Kristin shared her fabulous blog with you … what FUN!
I’m with you on flowers and the power they hold! I love being surrounded by them in my home. They put a smile on my face. Often I’ll pick up a bunch or two at Trader Joes…so reasonably priced and love bringing them in from my garden as well.
There’s nothing like fresh flowers in the house – wish I could have them every single day!! So glad for my blooming hydrangeas that I can snip whenever I want (until fall comes)!