Tanja Savela

Tanja Savela

Tanja Savela
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Compact leaf lined vase of purple flowers and green flowers

Compact leaf lined vase of purple flowers and green flowers

Nicole! i love them =] why didn't we think of anything close to this?! lol

Nicole! i love them =] why didn't we think of anything close to this?! lol

❁✦⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎·❀‿ ❀♥❃ ~*~ FR Jun 24, 2016 ✨вℓυє мσση ✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ ~*~ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻♡♥♫~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰✦❁ ஜℓvஜ

❁✦⊱❊⊰✦❁ ڿڰۣ❁ ℓα-ℓα-ℓα вσηηє νιє ♡༺✿༻♡·✳︎·❀‿ ❀♥❃ ~*~ FR Jun 24, 2016 ✨вℓυє мσση ✤ॐ ✧⚜✧ ❦♥⭐♢∘❃♦♡❊ ~*~ нανє α ηι¢є ∂αу ❊ღ༺✿༻♡♥♫~*~ ♪ ♥✫❁✦⊱❊⊰✦❁ ஜℓvஜ

For Easter/spring: use silk flowers and place on front entry hallway table.

For Easter/spring: use silk flowers and place on front entry hallway table.

alstroemeria flower arrangements - Google Search More

alstroemeria flower arrangements - Google Search More

VOTED BEST FLORIST Atlanta GA | Local Flower Delivery Atlanta ...

VOTED BEST FLORIST Atlanta GA | Local Flower Delivery Atlanta ...

Rose and Lily Cube Bouquet

Rose and Lily Cube Bouquet

21 Fresh Cut Spring Flower Arrangments and Bouquets - A Trendy Blog for Moms - Mom Blogger

21 Fresh Cut Spring Flower Arrangments and Bouquets - A Trendy Blog for Moms - Mom Blogger

Beautiful pink peonies in clear vase for a romantic space | From Ethan Allen

Beautiful pink peonies in clear vase for a romantic space | From Ethan Allen

Every project starts with a sketch, then moves to what she jokingly calls a “branch-off”: Each stem is laid out; after examining their shapes, she decides which of them will “win” a spot. The tallest go first. Other than that, she says, “I let the flowers be my guide.” If a poppy looks best facing left, she’ll create a design that showcases its good side. Next, she “colors in” the empty spaces with shorter stems but avoids any overlap. “I imagine the flowers are growing toward the sun,” she…

Every project starts with a sketch, then moves to what she jokingly calls a “branch-off”: Each stem is laid out; after examining their shapes, she decides which of them will “win” a spot. The tallest go first. Other than that, she says, “I let the flowers be my guide.” If a poppy looks best facing left, she’ll create a design that showcases its good side. Next, she “colors in” the empty spaces with shorter stems but avoids any overlap. “I imagine the flowers are growing toward the sun,” she…