Dear readers, it’s been over two weeks since I’ve posted on the blog. Time has literally flown by. I have been quite busy working on a client’s proposal, off sick, and also reorganizing the house in a major way. Some of you will assume that I am nesting which is probably not completely wrong, although there is another reason behind this big cleanup which I am already excited to share with you once it will be official. Until then I do have to keep quiet about it.
Today I am back with “2 Flower Girls”, a monthly column started by French expat blogger Elodie of Madame Love who lives in Hamburg Germany and German blogger Inga of Glomerylane. They decided a couple of months ago to share on their respective blogs their styled pictures of the same flowers. They both take gorgeous pictures and it is so much fun to see what each of them comes up with every month while starting from the same flowers. For the third edition of #2flowergirls they decided to invite those willing to participate to share their own pictures. You can see all the entries on the Pinterest board they created for the occasion.
I absolutely love flowers and always try to have some at home, so when they announced the idea of opening up #2flowergirls to other bloggers I jumped on the occasion. The given flowers for the March edition were Raununculus and their colors were free to choose. I already had a huge bunch at home in mixed colors and purchased another small bunch in white. The tall white ones I put in an orange slim vase and the mixed bunch, that wasn’t in such good condition anymore was cut down and styled in s mall vintage vase recently purchased at a consignment store. I then used large colored paper sheets that I have in stock for picture framing as backdrop for my pictures. I had loads of fun experimenting with different colors.
I hope you like them and that it will inspire you to get some fresh flowers for your home. I wish you a lovely day. Here in Brussels despite the snow that fell again this weekend, the sun is shining which I do hope is a sign of better weather conditions to come.