In the Studio


A little paper bouquet has me smiling in the studio today.  Since Valentine's Day was this week - I have to ask, "Are you a dozen red roses kind of person or something longer lasting?" I myself love greens best and flowers that preserve well.  I don't know if you've tried it, but in my experience dried red roses turn a non pretty shade of brown. 

little blooms
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15 comments :

  1. No, I don't much care of red roses... my faves are regular Daisies, Gerber Daisies, & Sunflowers... I'm sure I'm forgetting a few, but Gerbers are my absolute fave! =)

    Beautiful creations, Kristy =)

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    1. I had to Google gerbers - they are so charming! I imagine with the daisies and sunflowers makes your home so cheerful!

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  2. Love the photo and what you did with it. I myself am not a flower person, let alone roses. I like plants that last, with the least amount of care is even better :)

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  3. I've had pretty good luck with drying roses upside down in our house, which is always really dry. Maybe that's why.

    Love these little flowers you've created -- very pretty!

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  4. Beautiful paper creations! I much prefer simple tulips or I've yet to buy some of my favorite ranunculus. Love the simple off white theme.

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    1. I love white tulips - they look elegant in anything!

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  5. Very nice composition and tones.

    Regards and best wishes

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  6. Love the purity of this work...beautiful!

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  7. I love anything but if it's something potted I can enjoy it even longer! :)

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  8. Oh this is soooo gorgeous with the sheet music around the vase. Adds JUST the right amount of interest to a simple and soft photo. Perfection.

    kathy

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  9. I love the creamy dreaminess of this photo...beautifully done!

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  10. this is such an elegant image...kudos

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  11. Soft and dreamy! Very pretty.

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  12. I always turn my roses upside down too, and they dry fine and the color is fairly preserved. But to receive flowers, I'm happy with anything someone wants to give me... lol! I'm so glad you decided to join us and share at Weekly Top Shot :-) I hope you'll come share again...

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I love reading your little notes, it makes me smile from ear to ear!