Ranunculus Love and New Items At Shabbyfufu

The scene in my kitchen right now, as I cut flowers that are a few days old and in need of refreshing...
The weekend here was one filled with projects, as it usually is. Lots of mundane non photo worthy tasks like grocery shopping, dog walking, packing shop orders and organizing around the studio. I managed to steal some time to work on my creative passions. We only know for sure about the moment in time that we have right now, so I'm trying to carve out snippets of time each day to...

work on those passions... 
Like photography...

I was able to order some ranunculus this week from my local florist...
And picked up some lisianthus that they had at the florist in the most beautiful shade of pale pink...
The ranunculus are my favorites and here I displayed them in some Mason jars that are tucked into a wooden garden tote that I painted a pale aqua paint and did some mosaic work on. This is now for sale in the shop HERE...
If you are a crafter, collector or sewer...you might want to check out the new listings for my Studio destash that is happening in the SHOP on~line...

right now...with FREE SHIPPING (U.S.) on most items...
Pink crepe paper...such a pretty party shade...
 Ruffled ribbon...
 Limoges luncheon plates...and there are those lisianthus!
Barkcloth stash destash galore...

4 comments

Victoria Silva said...

Your post is like a breath of fresh air...so very pretty and charming...Thank you Janet!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Janet, Ranuc are my favorite flowers too - and yours are GORGEOUS! I have never had any in the house, just back when in my bridal bouquet.

I love your tool box all dolled up, did you do that?

Your de-stash is awesome, I spy some amazing items for sale, thanks! : - )

Have a great week!

Burlap Luxe said...

Still so pretty, Janet I really don't mind when flowers are showing their age, droopy and withering away they still have this old world romance to them.

So pretty is your counter filled with flowers.

Xx
Dore

Pura Vida said...

What a lovely little spot to be

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