Everyday Style: Petite Spring Bouquets

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Petite Spring Bouquets
Easy charm with a few simple snips

Southerners rekindle personal courtships each & every spring with honeysuckle. For many, the delicate fragrance is reminiscent of childhood… catching fire flies at dusk or wrapping up one last game of TV tag with the other neighborhood kids before our moms call us in for the night. The sweetly scented breeze automatically reminds us of a much more carefree moment in time. The soft, rich tones of the trailing vine have been dressing lamp posts & fences for decades & make lovely additions to freshly cut flower arrangements indoors as well.

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Tuck blossoms, a bit of the vine with the leaves & other garden greenery mainstays
into bud vases, shot glasses, vintage silver sugar bowls & white ceramic creamers
to cheer up several spots around the home.

Brighten window sills, kitchen sinks & vanity tables with the miniature bundles of joy.
Tie the stems together with twine so the bouquet will fit a variety of containers
for a neat & tidy display.

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Organize twine by wrapping it around demitasse spoons
for easy storage. Unravel effortlessly when ready to use.

Once you have chosen several items from the garden,
snip all of the stems to the same length with a pair of clippers.
Wrap the bundle with the twine & tie a simple knot.

etc

Everyday Style Lessons
Containers & greenery add oomph in an instant

The Container

Glass & ceramic items are always great choices.
Additionally, a monogrammed silver baby cup showcases creations in a sweet way.

The Greenery

Cinnamon fern, creeping jenny & tiny hosta stems make wonderful pairings.
Try a little lambs ear if you like a bold texture contrast.

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