Spring blooms are so precious that I hate cutting them. But this afternoon I collected a few bits and pieces from the garden.
I have a long candle holder that holds 10 tea lights. A few years ago I had the idea to use the glass candle cups as miniature vases. I like the look of a long arrangement marching along the length of the dining room table.
A trio of small narcissi plus a handful of grape hyacinths combined with lemon grass and a few lamb's ears add a bit of garden freshness indoors.
The forsythia blooms will soon be dropping, so I cut a few to grace my kitchen windowsill. In the background, outdoors, is the forsythia bush.
Linking to Sunlit Sunday, hosted by Karen of My Little Home and Garden.
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