Sunday, May 26, 2013

dried roses...


I am getting ready to prune all the roses,
and look how these roses dry on the bush!




perfect!!!!!













I am joining these parties...
The Farmhouse Porch's, Tuesday's the Scoop
Knick of Time's, Tuesday's
Cozy Little House's, Tweak it Tuesday
Coastal Charms. Nifty Thrifty Tuesday's
The Ironstone Nest's, Transformation Tuesday's
Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olsen's, Share your cup Thursday's
The Shabby Creek Cottage's. Trasnsformation Thursday's
Savvy Southern Style's, Wow Us Wednesday's
Ivy and Elephant's, What's It Wednesday's 
Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olsen's, Share your cup Thursday's
The Shabby Creek Cottage's. Trasnsformation Thursday's
French Country's Feathered Nest Friday's
My Romantic Homes, Show and Tell Friday's
Chic on a Shoestring Decorating's Flaunt it Fridays
The Charm of Home's, Home Sweet Home
Common Ground's, Vintage Inspiration Friday
Rooted In Time's, Simple and Sweet Friday's

9 comments:

  1. Simply Beautiful ! I love dried roses .. Especially filling a large glass jar with them.. they look so stunning that way ..

    Blessings ..Sara

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  2. These are so lovely and vintage! :-) Wanted to let you know that I featured you on Vintage View Sunday!
    Best,
    Laura

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  3. Hello Stephanie,

    They look amazing, just like paper! What are you going to do with them?


    Gabriela

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  4. So pretty. I used to dry flowers all year long, then poke them throughout my Christmas tree.
    Found you through Coastal Charm.

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  5. Hi there stranger! Sorry haven't checked in with you lately....darn thing called life :( It sucks......
    Aren't you the lucky one!! All mine fall apart on the bush when they dry. Would you happen to know the name/kind of Roses you have? They are gorgeous and you don't have to do anything but prune them! Sending you big (((*hugs*)))
    deb

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  6. I host a weekly link party called "Seasonal Sundays". This week, in honor of my fourth blog-a-versary, I'm having a giveaway of a $100.00 gift certificate to HomeGoods/TJ Maxx. I'd love to have you join the fun!

    - The Tablescaper

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  7. Your dried roses are truly lovely. I am in awe because I have given up rose gardening. I'll have to be content to look at yours :)

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  8. Wow those dried beautifully on the bush. I love to dry my roses too, I usually let them dry right in the vase. Thanks for sharing, Laura

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  9. Perfect is right- absolutely gorgeous!!! Thanks for linking up at FNF!!

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