March 30, 2014 Flowers; sent with Love… by Karen B In Hanakotoba (花言葉), the Japanese form of the language of flowers, the Anemone represents Sincerity and Pinks…….LOVE! HAPPY MOTHERING SUNDAY! Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
That is a gorgeous arrangement! Any mother would be thrilled to receive this–and I think it’s wonderful to know what it conveys in the language of flowers. I hope you had a perfect day, Karen!
Thank you so much for your message. Those tiny bunches of flowers, much loved by the Victorians and Vita Sackville-West are Tussie-Mussies! I won’t say any more, but will reveal all in a future post! -I gardened on Sunday and was in HEAVEN.-Karen.
I agree! What a beautiful arrangement, Karen. I love your photograph collages. The flowers work so well with the Macself book. Such pretty layers! T.
I was love at first sight with that divine little book! Inside, the inscription reads-“Violet. E Brown. Chelsea Flower Show. May 30th 1934”.Can you imagine the thrill I got when I opened the book up and read that?! Lots of things make me happy, but pulling together a photo, grabbing items from all over the house to make it work makes me giddy with happiness!
I think you understand that completely, because I see it in what you do too.-Karen.