Big news!


I was able to contribute a guest post on design*sponge all about my favorite spring flowers this afternoon.  So if you love me (and please say you do), nothing in the whole wide world would make me happier than if you went to read it. Lots more photos, tips and general amy blather can be found on the post right here.


37 comments:

  1. great "winter" pics on a previous post. i'll visit your guest post ... blog love is like that. good weekend to you!

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  2. It looks so beautiful! Congrats.

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  3. Congratulations. I actually saw that post first this morning as a went through my blog feeds. I love our photos and arrangements they are gorgeous. Great work!

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  4. Oooh how I love tulips.
    And your blog of course!

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  5. I <3 you,the blog, and your beautiful work. Thanks for sharing! Just what we need to remind us that spring is just around the corner!!!

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  6. of course I love you, and also I really need fresh flowers so this post is perfect for me!

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  7. I saw this post earlier today and loved every image! I also enjoyed reading your words, Amy. You rock! :)

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  8. read it. loved it. all about the tuplips now.

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  9. ...We do love you. And as I wrote a comment over there I will repeat it here; there was a certain something about the third photo that made me swoon. :o) Tulips. *sigh*

    ...I love your writing style. It makes us feel like we're all sisters here.

    ...Blessings... :o)

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  10. nice post to match serene, beautiful photographs. To me, tulips personify spring, and who can resist the siren song of that? I was lucky enough recently to have been gifted a bunch of dark pink ones and as they came to room temp, they filled the room with a heady honey scent. They were enchanting. Your post is too.

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  11. Who on earth couldn't love you Amy?! I read your guest post on tulips at design*sponge. Beautiful photos! I have taken a few floral design classes and I was always taught that daffodils do not mix well with other types of flowers in bouquets and arrangements because they emit a chemical that affects the other flowers. Is there a trick to mixing them with other species? Do you seal the stems or something?

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  12. Loved it!! Brilliant photos!! Had to throw my hyacinths out this morning....will go tomorrow to get some tulips!:)

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  13. stunning photography! i have a deep, abiding love for tulips and they grow more beautiful and danish still-lifey as the open. so gorgeous.

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  14. Congratulations! I love tulips!

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  15. Heading on over!! CONGRATS!! :)

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  16. Loved both posts! You have such talent as a writer, it's always a pleasure to read your words..And the pictures are beautiful..Just as you are :D

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  17. Breathtakingly beautiful.
    What a salve for winter weary eyes.
    THANK YOU!

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  18. Awesome! I love tulips and dream of going to Holland one day. :)

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  19. It's as if the spring has arrived even though we have snow outside. Lovely!

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  20. I saw your feature over at Design*Sponge and had to check out your blog. Your flowers and the way you arrange them are absolutely beautiful!

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  21. Well I can say this the pictures are indeed nice. Stay sweet and stay cool

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  22. Please write a book Amy! I would buy it in a heartbeat. your way with words is just amazing. You make me laugh every time.

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  23. Mmmm, that blue arrangement is breathtaking...suddenly I'm feeling a hankering for tulips. :)

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  24. Amazing! I love this photos
    And congratulations, of course!

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  25. this shall be my new screen saver!

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  26. Congratulations!!!! How very exciting!!! I am heading out to get tulips now! xo Samantha

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  27. oooh....the tulips....then the blue arrangement...just lovely!
    Clearly, a trip to the flower market is in order!

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  28. I love the photos especially the last one.

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  29. So wonderful! Great contribution; Tulips are one of my favorites!

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  30. Your work on d*s is lovely! p.s. I read about you in a magazine at a gym one time...you're famous!

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