Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Nature in the Home



Just picked from the garden. Dewy, pastel hued beauty, a perfect match to Meg's pink cheeks!

Joining in with Lou's Nature in the Home series.

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    1. Thanks Caroline- hope you are having a good Friday. Jx

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  2. Oh Hellebores are the most stunning flower! Kind of trifid like. And looking so good in a Donna Wilson egg cup xxx

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    1. Thanks Lou, the pale colours in this one are lovely. Can you believe my neighbour gave it to me as she didn't like the colour! Jo x

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    1. Thanks Annie and so great of you to comment- welcome here, Jo xx

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  4. Lovely! Hellebores are such magical flowers. Glad to have found your blog. Laura

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    1. Thanks Laura and lovely to have found you too. The name of your blog is very magical! Jo xx

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  5. Beautiful Jo ... it looks like a very exotic fascinator ... Bee xx

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    1. It does Bee, doesn't it! I imagined it like a very special hat. Im sorry to say they are now covered in snow! Jo xx

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  6. Love this shade of pink - so pale xo

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    1. Yes, I love it too, just a very pale blush. Hope you are well today, Jo xx

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  7. Gorgeous! I love hellebores - I've got dark purple and white ones, but might have to find some of these beautifully blushed pink ones, yours look stunning! Meg does look like she's ready for a wedding with these in her hair!x

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    1. Thanks Helen, it does look like a beautiful hat doesn't it, She is very happy with them I think! Jo xx

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  8. What beautiful photos Jo! Hellebores are lovely flowers. Hope you're having a good week, feels like ages since I've spent any proper time here...which is all to do with my life being chaotic and certainly not a reflection of how much I love your blog, which is a lot! :) xx

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    1. Thanks Rachel, I know how busy we all are. Life is just racing past so quickly. I need to get in touch re a cushion soon I think. I am loving how your business is growing in front of my eyes! I am so happy for you - doing something you love so much is just perfect. See you very soon, Jo xx

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  9. Gorgeous flowers, I think I might have some out there in my garden, must look tomorrow. katie x

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    1. Oh I hope you do have some - they are very pretty aren't they. Lovely to see you here and hope to meet again soon Jo xx

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  10. What a beautiful flower, Jo. I love hellebores - or Easter roses, my Mum used to call them. I don't know why I don't have any in my garden - must rectify that this year. xx

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    1. Hi there, Easter roses! That is a lovely name and I have not heard it before, so thanks for that! I love looking at your stunning pictures, the skies you have are breathtaking, Jo xx

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  11. Oh I love hellebores, sadly mine are under my new shed :(
    Im going to have to plant some more I think!
    Georgie X

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    1. Hi Georgie, Great to see you here and thanks for commenting. I hope you get some of these flowers. The colour is quite understated but beautiful, Jo xx

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  12. Certainly sets of the Donna Wilson egg cup, stunning x

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    1. Thanks Dawn, I have a few wee Meg things. Her red hair reminds me of my daughter. Jo xx

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  13. I too love a hellebore, great pics.

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    1. Thank you they are very pretty aren't they! Hope you are having a great Friday, Jo xx

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  14. Oh how beautiful! Especially in that egg cup! x

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  15. Is that a Donna Wilson egg cup? I love her work. Gorgeous flowers and photos, simple and lovely. x

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