Don’t you just love flowers! This is a lovely topic with all the gorgeous great smelling flowers in the world.
Along with the flowers we grow in our gardens, those that get presented to us in beautiful bouquets and the flowers we admire in someone else’s garden – we also have the plentiful array of life-like faux flowers, from silks to succulents.
I’d love to hear your stories about the wonderful Floral Fantasy creations you’ve encountered throughout the years – and of course, see the corresponding items in your shops.
I tend to be drawn to the minimalist approach in flower arrangements. A great example of this minimalist approach is Ikebana. This Japanese art of flower arranging has inspired many florists to create fresh, natural creations with an emphasis on balance and imbalance, as well as graceful lines.
These earrings composed of cascading three petal flowers hand-knotted on walnut waxed linen are an Ikebana inspired design.
The flowers sway softly as you move creating a graceful floating effect, particularly fun against a backdrop of tresses.
My needle felted gnomes have all had green fingers and I love discovering their personalities and giving them flower stories too. This fella may look a little grumpy but a fresh bloom will always put a smile on his face.
This bowl is from FTD in 1979. Back in the day when unique, quality florist ware was used to create their beautiful bouquets.
Daisies are so dainty and just flow in the wind with such grace. I picture myself standing in a field of them and thinking how nice it is to not have a care in the world.
I’d bet you have a fur child with the name daisy and she’d love this adorable dog collar.
This flower ring is handmade from clay and features an adjustable ring shank, so almost anyone can wear it!
Is there anyone who does not love flowers? No, l cannot think so!
My love for flowers began when l was a child, as my mother was used to have a lot of flowered plants and l always took care of them together with her.
I love almost all flowers, but my preferred are the orange ones, as you can clearly see in my shop.
Living in Massachusetts in the Northeast we have long, cold Winters, and I say every year how I cannot wait for Spring!
I love flowers, plants, and trees, planting them and watching them grow!
I plant indoors, outdoors, and also do experiments with pollinating them and attracting bees and butterflies with certain plants!
I am inspired by nature and enjoy adding flowers and items from nature into my item photos and some of my creations!
This handmade bracelet has lovely blue glass and lamp work beads with pretty flowers, birds, and is even accented with a Sterling Silver clasp with leaves!
Lovely items everyone! I love how floral and flowers and all things flowery are being represented in many forms. Thank you
In my owl shop I tend to add a flower to everything, or find a colorful floral fabric to match whatever mood I’m in, and for that particular item.
Since I am owl oriented, we choose this pretty owl floral plush for my bulletin boards.