Sunday, April 1, 2012

Daffodils & Dainty Blossoms

"Lord, make us mindful of the little things
 that grow and blossom in these days
to make the world beautiful for us."

~ W.E.B. Du Bois ~  






What do you think of this little display?
My daughter and I set it up on the porch... just for fun!
Look at what you have around the house ~ new or old,
and combine it with a few daffodils & dainty blossoms.
You'll have a pretty display in no time!

I'm linking up with Angie for
Knick of Time Tuesday

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a great day!

22 comments:

  1. Gorgeous display and inspired lots of ideas - we are heading into Autumn down here in NZ - so it is lovely to see the flowers xx Michelle

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    1. Thanks Michelle :) I will be sharing another similar display soon... glad you left feeling inspired!

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  2. Gorgeous...Victoria and I just found something to do! We've made jello and muffins, played Dutch Blitz and now...for some creativity!

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    1. Thanks Janet ~ every time I post something like this, I think of you and Lucy :) Sounds like you've had a great day today!! I must say, I'm not familiar with Dutch Blitz though :)

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  3. So gorgeous, love the rustic with the pretty flowers. I did a pin of this.
    Tfs

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    1. Thank you Patti ~ I too love rust, peeling paint, and worn textures combined with delicate, pretty things... such as flowers :)

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  4. Really nice! I especially like the green cup ( I love green).

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    1. Thank you! I love that cup too... especially since it was only $1.00 :)

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  5. It's so beautiful!!!!! I like it!

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  6. I love it because it's natural and heart-felt. I am glad that it is already spring, as I was tired of the long frost of winter.

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    1. Thank you Mariya... and we are also happy to welcome spring, even after a mild winter :)

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  7. Such a cute/beautiful idea!! I LOVE that green printed coffee cup!

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    1. Thank you... yes, that cup is one of my favorites... I also fell in love with the colors, but found it interesting that it depicted a farm scene...

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  8. Megan,that is so pretty!!!
    What a great idea to add the eggs.
    Have a good week before Easter!

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    1. Thank you Lucy :) Those are fresh brown eggs from our neighbors... my husband helps them around their small farm (rounds up loose cattle, helps deliver calves, brings their livestock hay, etc.) ~ in return, they are nice enough to supply us with eggs year-round, asparagus, berries & jam, and the occasional pie :)

      Hope you have a good, peaceful week also!

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  9. Wunderbare Fotos, Megan, die Art der Gestaltung wirkt so schön romantisch.
    Liebe Grüße,
    Bärbel

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  10. I love the vignette you and your daughter created. The contrast of the wood and rust with the dainty flowers is wonderful. Also love the chippy door as the backdrop.
    I'm a new follower and hope you'll stop by.
    Mary Alice

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  11. Congratulations on your feature at Knick of Time ... This is a wonderful vignette and I loved your beginning quote. Beautiful Job!
    Blessings!
    Geneva

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  12. Hello, I have just spend a bunch of time looking through your wonderful blog and I thank you also for sharing the wonderful freebies, I have snagged a few! It was a delight to discover your blog tonight! Have a wonderful day!

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