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January 02, 2012


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I love your page, thank you very much!!!!


Hello Lucy, I just love to visit your blog, its so full of colour that makes me forget all sadnes, if you ever have time to make the step by step of the Happy flower let me know, it looks so beautifull.I hope one day I can be able to visit your country again, I just love England all the green you have in the country side, well I dont take you more time,all the best and keep with colours.


I agree with ella b---your flower photos (all of your photos, actually!) would make a lovely calendar, much better than anything that I've seen in the stores. Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year!


Your regular floral displays have inspired me to ensure I always have flowers in my home this year, no matter how small....the little vases of homegrown flowers are my favs, them ans the chinese lanterns you had as the colour was beautiful. I currently have a Christmas cactus flowering in my living room courteousy of my lovely Grandad x

Cath Hetherington

These are beautiful! Happiness all year round! Lovely lovely stuff. Thank you, C x


wonderful Lucy! love the flowers and color they bring! I too love flowers in my home!

Liz C

Can't wait for the 'hooky stuff' I'm going in hospital next week and need some exciting new projects to get me through my long recuperation! Your lovely colourful flowers have brightened up a first day back at work after the christmas hols that started off with incredibly violent weather this morning on the lancashire pennines!


soo pretty!


Beautiful! I think I could almost smell those hyacinths...


What a wonderful review of the year. You can almost smell some of those beautiful flowers. The colours are uplifting too.


Beautiful! Love the vases too..... so much eye candy here.

Thanks for sharing!

Sue W

Happy New Year, Lucy! Thought it was about time I introduce myself since I have started refering to you as my friend from England when I am telling about some inspirational tid bit I have learned from you.
I heard about you blog in September from my friend, Mary, and have been enjoying you sharing a window into your world since then.
I am a stay at home mom of three. Two guys in college/law school and one sweet daughter in middleschool. We live on the west side of Cleveland in what I like to call my city cottage. Small three bedroom one bath bungalow built in 1934.
I have been crafting since childhood. Enjoy, crocheting, drawing, papercrafting, thriftstoring, baking and visiting with friends.
I find your style refreshing and appreciate how you share your talents as well as your ability to honestly share your struggles. Many thanks!


So lovely! I must make the effort to have fresh flowers more often.


Beautiful photos...such gorgeous colours!
Can I ask you please....do you have a pattern for the keyrings that you made in the summer? Is there somewhere I can donate for it?
Many thanks and Happy New Year :-)


I discovered your blog few weeks ago. Thank you very much for all : patterns, pictures, happiness and colours of your blog !! I wish you an happy new year, to your family too, greetings from France


I really want to go out and buy myself some flowers now! I don't have much growing in the garden at the moment. Looking forward to the hooking soon!
Jess x

Rachel Mackin

Happy New Year!


you are the queen of color! jkj


*HAPPY NEW YEAR* to you and your family; I so enjoy reading your blog and love all your lovely photos that you take and upload-it is all very inspiring, thank you for it all. PS Can you tell me where you got your button jug? I know someone wo would just LOVE one. . . .!


belle et douce année...

Gloria J W

Happy New Year Lucy...the flowers are lovely, but I just adore that little jug with the buttons on it!! And the dottiness...I just love the red trays and things with dots.... perfect happiness.
Hugs Gloria


Are we going to get an update on the Ripple? Or is there something new coming up? I'll be back to find out...


Just stumbled across your blog and I'm so happy I did! Can't wait to hear about your year ahead.I too love to bring fresh flowers into the house. As a stay at home mum, all out-goings have to be accounted for, but I always make sure there's money in the pot for flowers on a Friday! Happy new year! Lx


Ahhhh, the joy of color!


I am sure that I could smell the hyacinth!
I am going to go out and buy myself some flowers today -- thanks for a beautiful photo collection!

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