Hi, All! Welcome back. Happy February! Can you believe that it's already February?! My goodness time sure flies. I posted this beautiful little arrangement of mini hydrangeas and these sweet pink roses on Facebook a couple days ago and it was eaten up with popularity! So, I wanted to share with you how you can recreate the same and many more beautiful bouquets for your home for less than $20!
I love how these little arrangements and flowers can always keep away the winter, post-holiday blues! Which is why I decided to share the whole story with you! You see, whenever financially feasible, usually a couple times a month, I head over to Safeway's floral!
They really do have absolutely stunning roses. I think most people are not aware that, as long as you aren't buying arrangements already made, they are really quite reasonable and easy to fit into your budget!
For example these beautiful mini hydrangeas run for only $6.99 and they are more than enough for many little arrangements throughout your home.
I managed, not just this arrangement in my favorite little white tea pot, but 3 other beautiful arrangements from 1
6-stem bunch of mini hydrangeas and 1 dozen of these lovely pink roses. Yes, you are reading that right! If you forgo the baby's breath and fern and just buy the dozen roses, you pay only $9.99.
What color do you fancy? There's always a wonderful assortment.
These little Beauties in green glass sit on my desk and brighten my day, while I work away sharing with you all.
I made a very similar one for my dining room table.
My neighbor and friend, just had a hip replacement a couple of weeks ago, I was so pleased to take her a little 'cheer' while she's recovering! She was off to Physical therapy when I dropped them off, but later told me she knew immediately I had been there! Citing the Mason jar and roses must have meant I was there. She was right and her words made my heart smile!
So you see, I don't have a giant bankroll or live next to a florist. I just know how to stretch the beauty as far as possible and now you do, too!
I hope you'll use these tips and bring some Spring into your home. Remember, anything you love (that holds water) can be the perfect vase for your taste.
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So pretty, thank you for sharing. I have that same teapot and just love it.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your lovely comment, Debbie. Yes, I love this tea pot, too.Delete
Hi, I hopped over from Shabbilicious Friday. Love these gorgeous flowers! Certainly are a good way to chase away the winter blues. Would love if you shared with my Share Your Cup Thursday link party some time. It's about sharing the things that make you happy.ReplyDelete
Sure sounds good to me. The flowers are just beautiful. SusanReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Susan! Yep, a "must have" for me, this time of year.Delete
I adore hydrangeas and those look so fresh and full of life! Wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Mary! Me, too!! They are so full of Life, too! They are still sitting pretty a week and a half later. Love that!Delete
Wow - beautiful pieces for the table. Wouldn't matter if it's for every day or a special occasion, I love them!!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Jamie me too! Thanks for your kind comment.Delete
That's so pretty! I wouldn't have thought of using a teapot as a vase! The flowers look so lovely in the teapot. :)ReplyDelete
Anything that hold water, is my motto! But, I am partial to this tea pot! :)Delete
What a great post! Love it! Pinned and tweeted. We love to party with you, so I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. That would be so awesome.ReplyDelete
Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls
Thanks so much, Kimberly! I'll do my best! Thanks for your kind words and Pins!Delete
Wanted to say thanks for sharing this with Share Your Cup. Nothing like fresh flowers!ReplyDelete
Oh Jann, it was completely my pleasure! What a fun party you have! I'll be back over as soon as I can.Delete
So lovely, Theresa - beautiful springlike bouquets - I will be featuring your post in this week's Home and Garden Thursday,ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, Kathy. Thank you so very much! I'll be heading over tomorrow to check it out! :)Delete
Those are each SO gorgeous!!! I'm gonna be giving lots of folks flowers this week :) Thanks so much for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty - we hope to see you again next week!ReplyDelete
These flowers are so pretty! Thanks for the tips. I'd love for you to come share this at What'd You Do This Weekend? The party is open now at http://joylovefood.com/whatd-weekend-4/ :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Joy! I'll try and get over there as soon as I can! :)Delete
So pretty! I love roses and hydrangeas together.ReplyDelete
Lovely bouquets - flowers do make such a difference!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Amber! ❤️ReplyDelete