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gypsophilia - Jar dipped in gold paint with a ribbon tie to match the grooms suit. Red placement underneath

gypsophilia - Jar dipped in gold paint with a ribbon tie to match the grooms suit. Red placement underneath

Des graines de pissenlits... ou des souhaits portés par le vent. Les cages en argent de cette collection sont faites pour les contenir. Lovée à l'intérieur de celle-ci avec de la dentelle, les graines tout comme les souhaits qu'elles représentent finiront par s'échapper portées par le vent... Mais rien ne vous empêches d'en remettre!

Des graines de pissenlits... ou des souhaits portés par le vent. Les cages en argent de cette collection sont faites pour les contenir. Lovée à l'intérieur de celle-ci avec de la dentelle, les graines tout comme les souhaits qu'elles représentent finiront par s'échapper portées par le vent... Mais rien ne vous empêches d'en remettre!

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This makes feel happy - I can feel the sun on my face, the breeze in my hair and smell the ocean air.

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Globe amaranths (Gomphrena globosa) - These billow like bright clouds through my garden in four different colours, and they last quite a long time dried without losing any colour. I love them!

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Welcome+My name is Brittany, I'm a twenty-six year old single mom who lives in a small town in the midwest. I love cooking, baking, writing, and going on adventures with my daughter. I enjoy learning new things and experiencing new cultures. My...

Queen Anne’s Lace is said to have been named after Queen Anne of England, an expert lace maker. English legend tells us that Queen Anne challenged the ladies of the court to a contest to see who could produce a pattern of lace as lovely as the flower of this plant. No one could rival the queen's handiwork. She however, pricked her finger with a needle and a single drop of blood fell into the lace, that is said to be the dark purple floret in the center of the flower.

Queen Anne’s Lace is said to have been named after Queen Anne of England, an expert lace maker. English legend tells us that Queen Anne challenged the ladies of the court to a contest to see who could produce a pattern of lace as lovely as the flower of this plant. No one could rival the queen's handiwork. She however, pricked her finger with a needle and a single drop of blood fell into the lace, that is said to be the dark purple floret in the center of the flower.

I'm really beginning to like blue...maybe living by the ocean has something to do with it....???

I'm really beginning to like blue...maybe living by the ocean has something to do with it....???

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