Sunday, May 16, 2010

Flowers Inside and Out

Is there any such thing as too many flowers? Not around here! From an antique pitcher of my great grandma's with cabbage roses and lilies of the valley to a yard long picture with white daisies inside, and hanging baskets of fuchsias and pots of foxgloves and columbines on the patio, we welcome flowers in all their forms and colors.

Be sure to visit Mary over at Little Red House for more mosaics.

36 comments:

  1. That is right -- you can never have too many flowers. Lovely mosaic!

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  2. What a beautiful and colorful mosaic!

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  3. You are right, there is never too many flower and your mosaic is wonderful.

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  4. All of the pink flowers fit together in a perfect mosaic. Just lovely!

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  5. There's never too many flowers and yours are all so beautiful! Great mosaic!

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  6. Never too many flowers!....even after a day spent planting and transplanting.

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  7. Love, LOve, LOVE! Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing at MM. :)

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  8. Love all your gorgeous flowers. Beautiful colors!

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  9. No Never too many flowers.. That would be crazy :-) A gorgeous mosaic!
    Thanks for visiting me, I am green with envy over your avocado tree! I grew up in Los Angeles and we had a tree... but it never beared fruit! Never too many flowers or avocados, good luck on your pollenation!
    Bella

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  10. No, there is no such thing as too many flowers. Lovely mosaic.

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  11. DEEEElightful mosaic! I could inhale every fragrance from here...they are SO beautiful. Very nicely done!

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  12. Bring on the flowers!!!!! Lovely mosaic!

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  13. All of these flowers are just beautiful!

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  14. Amanda your mosaic is really pretty. I like it....

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  15. Hi Amanda! Oh, what gorgeous flowers! Thanks so much for popping in to see me.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  16. Ohhhhhhhhh - these are all so lovely, but my favorites have to be the Columbines. I'm a CO girl, and the blue and white ones are our state flower. BEAUTIFUL! Tanya

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  17. What a beautiful mosaic, each photograph is a gorgeous flower.
    Karen

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  18. A girl can never have too many flowers, especially pretty pink ones like yours!

    Lovely mosaic!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  19. Such a beautiful mosaic!
    Happy MM...Luna

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  20. Never too many flowers! Pretty, pretty pink and flowers! Most lovely!

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  21. This so pretty in pink, Amanda. No, I doubt it's possible to have too many flowers. :)

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  22. Delightful thing to do in combining your indoor painted flowers with your outdoor ones. Beautiful and creative!

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  23. Never too many flowers!! Just gorgeous!!
    Thank you for the sweet comment about my Etsy store ☺
    *hugs*deb

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  24. Gorgeous flowers - no, there can never be too many blossoms to suit me.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  25. I love foxglove, even though they're poisonous. Last year I planted several and hoped a border would spring up this year from the seeds, but no such luck. I guess I'll be buying more.

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  26. What a beautiful mosaic. Love all the pink flowers.LOvely.

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  27. Oh so pretty! I like the fuschias the best....Christine

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  28. This is beautiful! I have always wanted to grow foxgloves and did not have luck when I tried it--maybe I should try again :) Love the fuschias too!

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  29. Beautiful mosaic. Excellent photographs. Thanks for stopping by.

    Carol

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  30. This mosaic are beautiful!I love the foxgloves too! Thanks for stopping by.
    Virginia

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  31. Thanks so much for stopping by. Yes, Allie is busy. Your mosaic is gorgeous, the flowers are just breath taking.

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  33. Wow,such a beautiful mosaic. Thank you for visiting my blog and your kind comment. ~Diana

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  34. Oh, I know that rose/lily of the valley pattern...it is one of my faves! and I love the paper roses you featured for WW...so glad you could join us, BTW...I'm off to check out your etsy shop now...see you tomorrow?
    Rene

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