It's been a busy, busy day today, but I wanted to make sure I shared with everyone the beautiful photos I received from a couple of lovely readers who decided to partake in my little no fuss flowers project. I hope you find their creations as clever and inspiring as I do. Oh...and I decided to give it a try myself and have included a couple of those photos as well...enjoy.
Cindy of Quaint Handmade always has something wonderfully creative to offer and her flower arrangements don't disappoint. I love how simple yet distinctive each one is.
I love her tea tin and filled with fresh herbs
Cindy borrowed this statue from her father-in-law and combined some of his raspberries with her pansies. Isn't it sweet?
Lovely bottles. See more photos in Cindy's flickr stream
Reader Tissy took a different approach and shared special corners of her garden that incorporate vintage and found objects–love it!
An antique baby crib now cradling wild strawberry-so cute!
impatiens planted in a darling vintage bucket
And here, dear readers, are my little creations...
I filled my beloved enamelware matches holder from the Paris flea market with snips from my garden.
Pieces from my mini milk glass collection dressed up with some of our hydrangeas.
I had so much fun brainstorming for this project and hope we have inspired a few of you to find some hidden treasures that perhaps you can repurpose to show off some sweet Spring blooms. Be sure to check out this article which elaborates on unusual flower-ready vessels. (Thanks again for sharing this article with me Cindy!)
Have a fabulous weekend everyone and thank you for your generous and thoughtful comments this week. Your visits and notes fill me with joy.