May 20, 2014

Spring Brights

These buttercups just bloomed this week and I had to use them for something. They are a weed at my house, just growing where they want. So dad if you're reading this, don't pull them!! I want to keep using them! I am sad to say that this will also be the last we see of the ranunculus. They actually bloomed a lot more than I was expecting and I got a lot of use out them! But they are a spring flower and just bloom in the early season.

To make this bouquet you would need…
1 Snapdragon
5 Ranunculus 
6 Buttercups (1 stem has multiple blooms)
9 Scabiosa's 
5 Bachelor buttons

If you are creating something from your garden I would love to see! Leave me a link below!
Thanks for reading!

16 comments:

  1. SO PRETTY! Now I want fresh flowers in my house!
    Kallie - But First, Coffee

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    1. Yay! Everyone should have fresh flowers in their house!

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  2. love this!! you are so good at putting florals together!

    xxoo,
    nikki

    www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

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  3. This bouquet is perfect! I just bought some Peonies from trader joes and they are making me happy every time I look over at them, fresh flowers are the best :)
    xo Hannah

    http://thebraidedbandit.blogspot.com
    http://thebraidedbandit.etsy.com

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    1. I may have went to trader joes after I read this comment to buy myself some peonies :) Thanks for the heads up!

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  4. Gorgeous flowers! I love the idea of using a milk glass as a vase too :) May have to 'steal' your idea ;)

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    1. Go ahead! I think that anything that can hold water is a good vase :)

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  5. What a gorgeous flower arrangement, love all these colours together. So perfect for this time of year and I love your choice of vase. Sometimes, I use our white ceramic water pitcher, it looks so cute!! xoxo

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    1. I love white pitchers as vases!

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  6. Oh, these are so gorgeous! I only wish all of those were blooming in my yard! We had such a late spring that not much popped up. Maybe next year. :)

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  7. Oh my goodness, do you personally grow them?? So pretty, I need to hurry and check "learn to garden" off of my bucket list.

    Gina
    www.thepinkwings.com

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    1. Yep! All of these came from my garden :) And yes you should learn to garden. It is so rewarding!

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