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Flower Power

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One of the easiest, least expensive ways to freshen any space is with flowers.

From the grocery store, from your yard or your neighbors yard (not really-unless you ask)

Bring fresh flowers in to your space and see what happens!

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.ย 

I shared this at Kristin’s last month, I just love fresh flowers and wanted to share it with you ๐Ÿ™‚

    21 thoughts on “Flower Power”

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    2. Oh my gosh, Debbie! Gorgeous! I so wish I had a green thumb! Unfortunately, mine is BLACK. I pretty much kill everything I plant. LOL! Love how you displayed them all. Beautiful!

    3. Hi Debbie, all the arrangements are beautiful. I, also, love getting fresh flowers at Sam’s Club. The simple tin can never looked so lovely! Flowers add such a flair of elegance. Thanks, Helen

    4. Debbie,
      My mother would leave fresh bouquets on our night tables when we were children and it is something I have continued into my adulthood. There is never a day when there isn’t fresh flowers in every room of the Fairfield House. There are people that believe flowers are a luxury or a waste of money. I consider them a blessing and sweet reminder, no matter what the day holds, life is beautiful. All your arrangements are gorgeous. I can almost smell the lovely fragrance.
      Your Friend,

    5. Hi Debbie,
      I will be adding fresh cut flowers to my shopping list, now that Summer is coming to an end I need to bring the outdoors inside. Thanks for sharing Debbie.

    6. Love this post. How did you get the stubborn labels off the spagetti jar? Those orange sunflowers are incredible! What grocery store and when?

    7. Mmmmmmm.. I am imagining the smell. I love fresh flowers. An instant mood lifter.
      Couldn’t help but notice the brown transferware plate in one of the table settings… my weakness.
      Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚
      Cheers, Gee

    8. I agree flowers are a quick and easy thing to do. I have a gerber daisy from my flower bed cut and in a bud vase. I have also cut some other flowers from outside and put them in bud vases around the house.

    9. i love fresh flowers! i love the green hydrangeas! i was secretly hoping my husband would come home with flowers after the day i had yesterday…. he got home at 10 pm only with my list from the drugstore. ๐Ÿ™


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