Sunday, June 12, 2016

Pink Butterflies...

I've recently moved into a new house. One big change I've made is my desire to hang up wreaths. It seems I have an addiction and I may need to eventually seek help but for now I'm going to enjoy this new pleasure.

I found a simple grapevine wreath at AC Moore's for around $5. I have a collection of butterflies from the dollar store and few other shops.

Voila' a pretty butterfly wreath for the front door.

Another new addiction for me is plants. This is my first orchid.
These lovely globe flowers are not in my garden they are planted outside my dentist's office. I thought they were so pretty and fun to see.
I'm late at posting this to Pink Saturday but other things delayed me. Hope you had a great day and I wish you an even better week!


  1. Hi Linda your creations are beautiful. You asked about keeping ants out of hummingbird feeders. I put Vaseline all over the upper part of my pole and the projection I hang the feeder on. Keep water in the top of the feeder. Most feeders have a place for it. Welcome back. Congrats on the new home.

  2. Welcome back to Blogland. Nice to take a break but look forward to reading your posts again :-)

  3. Oh wow, that's a pretty wreath, so colorful. I've always loved them too. I'm thinking citrus maybe. I usually hang one up for the holidays, nothing prettier than a green wreath during Christmas season in my opinion. I like your flower photos too, Linda. Enjoy your first orchid. I can't get enough of them.

  4. Hi Linda, Love your butterfly wreath for your front door. It' so pretty and summery. The orchid is gorgeous. I have had so many and just can't seem to grow them. The flowers by your dentist office are very pretty. Congrats on your move and new home. Wishing you many blessings and new beginnings in your new place. Hugs. xo

  5. Hello Linda,
    It is lovely to be able to visit you today. Congratulations on your new home. The wreath you created is really lovely! The butterflies look fab on there and really show movement and freedom.
    Those flowers really are stunning. I would have wanted to take a picture too. I have only grown one orchid many years ago. I remember it was challenging and that there was a dormant period for them to rest. Best wishes in your new home : )

  6. I too, am a big "grapevine wreath" fan... For years; when we were back in Vermont, Katie and I would stop along the roadside and tear down (literally) grapevine growing along the side of the road to make our own wreaths. These days... it is AC Moore, just as you said! Thank you for stopping by Woodstown Whimsies! -Daryle


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