i love how a piece of art and flowers can come together to make magic. kari herer photographed a beautiful series of sketches embellished with flowers. here are some of my faves.
paper plants by adam frezza and terri chiao flowers in pots via missmoss
image via designlovefest
they say comparison is the thief of joy. in today’s social media obsessed culture, it’s easier than ever to compare yourself to thousands of people across the world as you flip through facebook and instagram. it then becomes quite easy to lose sight of what’s important in your life and all the amazing things to […]
adding flowers for flavor (or garnish) to your cocktail of choice can turn a boring classic into something fun and new.here’s a simple flavor guide of flowers to try out. all edible, of course. 🙂 i’m a fan of spicy, so going to try some nasturtium in my next tequila concoction! basil fruit blast (image […]
if you’re looking to splurge on a gift or give someone an instant pick-me-up, look no further. valleybrinkroad makes these gorgeous and brilliant boxes filled with artisanal goodies and fresh flowers! each box is custom made, so you can determine the size and components of your sure-to-please gift. check them out!
i recently discovered an awesome new flower delivery service called bloomthat. beautifully curated, handcrafted flowers delivered in under 90 minutes, starting at $35. they go the extra mile with their arrangements, and even use burlap instead of plastic! they feel a lot more special than your standard 1-800 flower types. and those places usually end […]
florals are everywhere this season, so i wanted to bring you some of my favorite flowery finds. quick dollar-saving tip, use hukkster.com to alert you when your favorite items go on sale! it’s a simple widget that lives on your toolbar. all you need to do is click the icon when you find something you […]
give your loved one a beautiful (and edible) treat with this kumquat rose duo.
succulents are awesome because they are low maintenance and still provide a pop of color in your garden. fun facts: they like to be kept in bright light and only need to be watered every couple days.