my little flower shop

This morning I was working in my little studio, which I rarely do in the mornings. I snapped some photos because it has such lovely natural light early in the day and I realized, I've never shared any photos of it with you before. I am usually working in my "flower shop"(as my girls call it) during the late afternoons or late evenings while my babies are asleep. But this morning, a generous friend took my toddler for me while my eldest was at preschool and my baby was taking her morning nap and low and behold, I got a lot done!

packaged and ready to go into boxes

and my favorite photo of the day....

I have been working, planning and ordering for a line of new designs this spring that I will be unveiling in the coming weeks. stay tuned and be excited ;)

congratulations to
Sarah who wrote: "cute! thanks for the chance."
she won the bitty billy giveaway chosen by!!!


  1. That's an incredibly cute photo of your daughters!!!

  2. I'm kind of new to your blog and am wondering if you dry some flowers yourself or if you purchase most of it already dried? Love your stuff, very colorful and graphic!

  3. -thanks kathy

    - and Tara, I do not dry the flowers that I use myself. I wish I could but I have neither the time nor space to do it. Hopefully in the future at some point, I would love to do the whole process myself!!!! :)

  4. I love seeing your workspace!!! oh.... really love!

  5. Hi, I found you on etsy and I love your work.

  6. How precious! Thanks for allowing us a little peek!

  7. This blog is fantastic. That not really huge statement, but its all I could come up with after reading this. You know so much about this subject. You make it entertaining and you still manage to keep it smart. Apart from the Act of giving flowers, people also took up the hobby of creating wreaths, wreaths and tiara. Wreaths and wreaths can be credited to the Greeks. Another popular design which is still in use today is plenty. Often associated with Thanksgiving, this container also become shaped Horn was popular with the Greeks and used as gifts, filled with fruits, vegetables and flowers.


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