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« Happy New Years Day | Main | 2012 :: Year End Review :: crochet »

January 02, 2013


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Mcnees Barnhill

Wow! Your colorful work makes my day colorful. I love it for it signifies my life now.


So many lovely colours, love these flowers in your end of year review.
Will be taking a look and catching up on your posts that i have missed.

Becca XOXO

Karen - Flowers UK

Just looking at all of these flowers on your post makes me feel cheerful hehe

Stick Horse Cowgirl V

Oh you will have a glorious summer garden--I used to play in the back yard while my mother dug in the garden--she grew mint for our iced tea on hot days, with a wedge of lemon, beautiful red Princess Feathers (or cockscomb) and my very favorite, the zinnias--the small varieties the Thumbelina and Lilliput zinnias! We had a red rambler rose on the fence and an apple tree. I hope you will have a pale pink fairy rose!
Happy New Year!

Connie B

I enjoy seeing all that awesome flower color. It makes me have spring fever!!!


so simply and so nice!


A real English country garden in doors, beautiful. Flowers brighten up the darkest of days. They are like the rainbow during the rain.
Beautiful as always x


A scrumdiddley-umptious bunch of gorgeousness of the highest degree! My eyes are having feasting frenzy here Lucy, thankyou so much! :)
Jess xx

Celia Clinton

I love your blog, Lucy, thank you so much for sharing your colourful life. I spent time at home bringing up kids, and loved my days, in charge of my own time, and having the space for creativity - sewing mostly in those days. Now I'm back in da house, card-making. Your blog has inspired me to live my life in a more colourful mode, and not to give into beige! HNY!


Your flowers look lovely, there's nothing quite so nice as a fresh bunch in the house is there? My husband gave me a some flowers on Christmas day this year (a huge suprise he never buys flowers) & it was the best pressie I had, I loved them.


I just dont think it is ever possible to be sad in a home with lovely flowers through out the year.
Great yearly wrap up in flowers.
I just cut some Camellias from my tree for my home !


Lucy, love the tulips and love your blog. Thanks again.

Ana Angelica Clemente

Happy New Year Lucy. Beautiful flowers, colors and pictures. So much like you ad your work. Just passing by to wish you a great year, with hapinness and joy. By the way, this last month of December I gave myself the pleasure of making the colorful round petal cushion. My blog is with open doors for you to visit me where I linked yours and your beautiful work. Warm hugs from a warm Brazilian follower. Angélica


How Happy & stunning :)


Love the flowers! And love the stripy, dotty, pretty jugs.


Happy New Year! The pictures are breathtaking!!!

Sa dra


Thank you so much for the colorful photos on this cloudy, cold, snowy day in Michigan.


You must have a very big cupboard to house all those jugs and vases. They are as pretty as the flowers - which is no less than I would expect from you!


You have such a lovely collection of colourful jugs, Lucy. I particularly like the old bottles. I have a few similar glass ones that we have dug up in the yard over the years. I find it very hard to grow pretty flowers though- something to do with them needing consistent watering methinks....


Oh, such a beautiful look at a year of flowers! I've always been a huge fan of fresh flowers to brighten any room in the house. It is my one ( okay. Maybe I have several) guilty pleasures when I di my food shopping. Such a great!


That's a lot of lovely colour, just bought a rose plant for my kitchen table, going to make a point of buying more flowers this year.

Jacqui Jeffries

Awh Lucy I love your blog it is so colourful. I'm sitting here looking at the rain feeling miserable, but do you know what, I'm going to go and get some flowers for myself to bring some colour into the dull day. I love your mini bunting for droopy hyacinths what a fab idea xx


Hi Lucy, your flowers look lovely, a year full of floral colour! I've just discovered a beautiful blog called hopscotch lane have you seen it, you should have a look I think you would love it, I've been making owls all day! XxBrenda


Inspirational! Talented girlie x


I like it!! A very Happy New Year!

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