I won't be sharing a DIY or tip today but instead an online event that I think should be shared and shared again.
I first heard about Chloe through a friend of the family and it just broke my heart, I can't imagine what her mother could have gone through when she lost her baby girl. I do not know the family personally but as someone who has recently gone through my own loss I feel for this mother. It gets me teary eyed every time I think of it or talk about it but the strength and way this mother chooses to celebrate her daughter's life is just amazing. She is sharing her stories of giggles, bedtime stories and without a doubt some of the best pictures of a child I have ever seen. You can actually feel the love and sunshine coming from the photos and her words. I hope you all take a few minutes to read more about Chloe, her mommy and their story.
The online event is called Brownies for Breakfast, it is being hosted by Chloe's mommy who sadly lost Chloe a few days before Christmas. On...
I've been busy with Valentine's but wanted to start posting some pics. Please take inspiration from these and DIY your own special Valentine's bouquets, or take pictures to your local florist.
This coworker to office administrator bouquet was designed using cream roses and purple tulips as my base, then pink & white waxflowers for my filler. I think the waxflower brings out more color then baby's breath would in this bouquet. I finished it off with a navy blue rustic vase, ruffled burlap ribbon and a vintage card.
This husband to wife bouquet has dark pink roses, green hydrangeas, pink carnations, green hypericum berries, fuchsia ruffled tulips, and white/pink Peruvian lilies in a clear cylindrical vase finished with linen and heart burlap ribbon.
Another husband to wife bouquet made with purple irises, lavender tulip, white spider mums, fuchsia ruffled tulips, green hydrangea, pink carnations, cream/pink Peruvian lilies and green hypericum berries in a...