When Mini Bouqs Beat Massive Ones

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As a self-proclaimed extrovert, I tend to be drawn towards big, bold, loud, exciting things! There are too few hours in a day for all the things I want to accomplish and too few feet of wall space for all the amazing pieces of art I want to display. Throughout the years, I have usually gone with neon walls, from … Read More

Hannah BryanWhen Mini Bouqs Beat Massive Ones

A Touch of Good Luck: Flowers for St. Paddy’s Day

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My company’s newsletter went out this week that has fun little tidbits about who has work anniversaries this month, what cool new clients we’ve launched projects with, and unique news stories to share. One reminder made just about everyone cheer–St. Patty’s Day is coming up on March 17! But wait….something was wrong. As our Irish coworker kindly reminded us, it’s St. PADDY’S … Read More

Hannah BryanA Touch of Good Luck: Flowers for St. Paddy’s Day

Match-y Go-ey

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As a kid growing up in a house with three girls and many hand me downs, the struggle was real to look cute on a shoestring. Over time, somehow, the kiss of death comment from my poor Mom who was trying to hold it all together was “It goes!”, when we wanted to know if something we were wearing looked … Read More

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Smellovision: When One Sense Overtakes Another

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It’s no secret that the greatest sensory connection we make with flowers is more often than not, what we see with our eyes, and then the other senses fall into place. Some flowers taste good (no really, they do!–a peppery nasturtium is a nice taste). Some flowers have a unique texture or feel to them, like the papery thin petals of … Read More

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A Mini Holiday Tree: 3 Different Ways!

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I decided that this year I really wanted a miniature sized tree for my holiday table, and I was going to make it myself. Thanks to my healthy growing American boxwood shrubs that I planted a few years ago for just this purpose (holiday craftiness!) I had my greens just waiting to be cut. If you’d like to learn more … Read More

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