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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Pink hearts: Nature in the home

As soon as I saw the pink theme of this week's Nature in the Home, I knew exactly which plant from the garden I wanted to bring indoors. Beautiful pink hearts.

Tomorrow, my not-so-tiny baby girl turns one. So these pink hearts are on her mantelpiece to greet her on her birthday morning.







Joining in with Lou's Nature in the Home.

22 comments:

  1. Oh I LOVE these. Just perfect. Happy birthday to your sweet girl! May there be as much beauty in her birthday celebration as there is on these sweet photos. xo

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  2. the sweetest flower ever!!...happy birthday to your little one. what a lovely thing to wake to! xx

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    1. I'm not sure she really noticed them (until I took her over to them and carefully pointed them out!) but the thought was there! thank you x

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  3. Hi there-- stopping by from the Nature in the Home series.

    A perfect addition to your mantel, indeed.
    Happy birthday to your little one!

    I've too included pink hearts in my post this week.
    Such a lovely delicate flower.

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    1. Thank you for coming over and for the birthday wishes - I'll pop over to take a look at your pink hearts now!x

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  4. Happy birthday to your little one ... the flowers are stunning ... and I love the little bird embroidery too ... Bee xx

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    1. Thank you - the little birdy was a maternity leave filler activity when baby was overdue! It's the same as the birds on her curtains - I'll share more pics of her bedroom soon. x

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  5. lovely, so very pretty! x

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    1. They're lovely aren't they, I'm very pleased the previous owner of our house planted them!x

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  6. Beautiful flower and mantel x

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    1. thank you - I don't do minimalism! Everything gets piled on the mantel!x

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  7. So pretty - all of it - just beautiful x

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  8. Happy birthday and what are those flowers they are amazing! Jo x

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    1. They are Dicentra spectabilis (I think that's spelt right) otherwise known as Bleeding Hearts (not the nicest name really). Look lovely though!x

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  9. So lovely, have never thought to put bleeding heart just on its own but it looks just perfect. Happy birthday to your little girl too x

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    1. They seemed to work best on their own, the hearts kind of got lost with other greenery in there. And thank you for her birthday wishes!x

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