Thursday, April 9, 2009

Even French FLOWERS seem more stylish.

By the way, if you blog about my gluten free gift basket shop Vanilla Spoons, let me know and I will mention your blog in a thank you post.

(Photos via Design Sponge)

15 comments:

anonymously chic said...

those first flowers look like food! great photos.

scarlethue said...

Thanks. :) Learning that little lesson really changed my life.

I like the look of your blog, I'm going to have to come back when I have more time. I have a dentist's appointment right now, ugh. By they way, if your daughter hasn't picked yet, I go with the long one. It's more timeless. If there's anything I learned from my high school prom bomb dresses, it's that timeless is better-- that way when you look back, you don't think "oh my god what was I wearing!!" Well, at least not as much.

prettylittletangents said...

Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog and for leading me to yours! I love it! Plus, my brother has Celiacs so all of your gluten-free recipes/links are promptly being passed along to my sister-in-law :)

Sophie said...

What gorgeous flours! I'm especially loving the orange ones. Awesome lighting on these pics.

Chessa! said...

such beautiful images. I love them so much.

paula said...

swoon*

Blair said...

You are so right! Such beautiful colors.

Sarah Von said...

Those orange ones! Fantastic! They put our sweet little American daisies to shame!

Chelsea Ann said...

I love the third picture, they would have to be my new favourite flowers. I think I like them so much because they remind me of that 'tall poppy syndrome' which is, actually a bad thing but I see it to describe a more 'reach for the stars' type message. Plus they're pretty.

... Gosh I can waft about crap.
Lovely blog. (:

nkp said...

Ranunculus, orange, sigh.

sherri said...

those are all gorgeous. must they do even flowers better than us?

from the right bank said...

I totally agree. I remember my local florist used to just throw a bunch of random flowers outside her shop and they always looked just perfect. It's just that Parisian touch, I guess.

THE PARIS HOUSE said...

I loved reading about vanilla spoons, i have two friends with celiacs disease. check out my blog I just posted it on you and vanilla spoons! I hope you like it

Callie Grayson said...

such a pretty post of flowers! When I lived in Paris, I loved to walk along the streets to see all the eye candy of pretty flowers and store fronts to the wonderful smells of cafes and fresh baked bread. mmmm Paris the feast for the senses!

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