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This flowering paperbush is one of the earliest spring bloomers on the east coast, fitting to show now since I am in a bit of confusion in terms of time and space. Work came in backbreaking spurts this spring, and the traditionally crazy month is June is delightfully relaxed. I use the world relaxed very loosely. I guess I mean I'm eating decent meals and sleeping 8 hours a day! The novelty. I always thought the work/personal life balance was an ephemeral mist that evaporated the closer you got to it, but we are snatching handfuls this month.
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In addition to a smattering of beautiful weddings and tending to some truly wonderful clients, I'm prepping a series of summer classes that will be posted online soon. Brooklyn, New Hampshire and Washington State- here's looking at you. I've finally started a newsletter that you can subscribe to here, I will send out an email when the classes are listed. Hoping to share some floral inspiration from both inside the studio and out in the coming months. Happy soon-to-be summer!

22 comments:

  1. Come to LA oh pretty please! I've been saving my pennies for a class :)

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  2. Such gorgeous pictures! You have such a gift, and I love the unique flowers you use.

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  3. Beautiful pics, love them!

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  4. Great, you are an inspiration to me!
    I hope you'll share some captures of your family house (as I saw in instagram) and it athmosphere as well :) Because these pictures must be heavenly amazing.

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  5. I cheered silently when I read that you'd be coming to Washington state! You're work is so beautiful and inspiring. A class from you would be so fun. Can't wait. :D

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  6. My heart almost broke when you mentioned classes are coming up. I live close enough now to attend but will be moving to Seattle this summer. Then I saw that Washington state made the list, and now I feel like fate has offered a gift! I truly hope to have the chance to learn from you someday :) Your blog has been an oasis for me in a crazy time in my life, and I am so grateful to you for that.

    All the best to you Amy!

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  7. Oh please keep me posted about the Washington workshop! Yay! I have been feeling the need to learn more as I become a flower farmer/ designer. In Montana terms Washington state is practically a neighbor. Thanks for the inspiration so far.

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  8. The foxglove worked. I knew it would.

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  9. I'm a fan of your work! Lovely post and pictures as always :) The summer class sounds fun, too bad I live so far away!

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  10. Your work and your soul are so lovely. Thank you for putting it all out there for the world to see. You make it a better place, man.

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  11. Sounds great! Of course I'm a tad envious of those who can make it as opposed to us folk across the miles who'll have to settle for blog posts and Flickr pics ... Drooling as we always do. Quick query ... The book in the last image?? Looks very familiar. May I ask what it is?
    Best of luck with all the classes... Sending you loads of petal power and bloomin blessings... Couldn't help myself!! Xx

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  12. amazing photos, love all your flowers and the bonsai trees! i wish i could attend one of your classes...well, if you're ever in paris...?

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  13. cute!

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  14. What's that sweet little white flower in the fourth picture down? I love it in the bouquet beneath that one.

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  15. Hi Amy,
    Someone else may have pointed it out, but just in case, I think there is a pic of you in your kitchen(?) in this list of

    "36 Stunning Bohemian Homes You’d Love To Chill Out In"

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/bohemian-homes-youd-love-to-chill-out-in

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  16. your blog is oh so wonderful - so beauty full
    xx
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  17. Hey Amy! I live in Western Washington, namely Kitsap County, up near the hood canal. Will you be in the Seattle area? If you're looking to get out of the city the Hood Canal area is beautiful, and I'd love to meetup and take some photos and do some epic blogger/creative-connecting. Hope you enjoy your Washington visit.

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  18. WHEN and WHERE in New Hampshire?!?!?!

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