Friday, March 01, 2013

Treasury | The Gentle Touch of Spring




To celebrate the first day of March and the coming of glorious Spring - a palette of mist and rose, young green and silverwhite.  Now I'm wild for the feel of fresh dew on the soft grass under my feet as I twirl in my floral circle skirt!   

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12 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for including me here. Love the collection...beautiful blog as well!

    xo

    Julie

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  2. Beautiful! Love the shoes in your photo, reminds me of my grandmothers shoes which I'd so adore to have.

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  3. Thanks so much for including the Etsy treasury above, which has my print, into your lovley blog! It's always nice to be appreciated!

    Donna
    PaperWords

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  4. Such a nice blog... and thank you so much for including me in the beauty!!

    Sharon Basque Pebble :)

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  5. Oh that collection of early Spring photos are just the best! And the half circle skirt in those pastels is just screaming to usher in sunny days! Beautiful! I have your same pattern in the brown linen and it is, hands down, the most comfortable and fun skirt to wear! Do Pussy Willows grow in Idaho? They don't grow here in Florida but they just remind me of spring and Easter! I am imagining wearing your great spring skirt to a friend's house for lunch with a bouquet of daffodils and Pussy Willows as a gift.

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    1. Pussy Willows do indeed grow in Idaho, and they're one of my favorite parts of Spring. So adorable and.. adorable! :) Love them.

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  6. Beautiful treasury! I really need to start doing this on my blog when one of my items is treasured - it's a great idea. :)

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  7. Beautiful treasury - beautiful blog!

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  8. I thought "That looks like Kellie's shoes," before I realised that yes, they are! :D
    Pussy willows... now there's an English term I didn't know. We call them "kočičky" in Czech - "kitties".

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    1. That's fun:) I've heard pussy willows called 'Willow Catkins', 'Catkin Buds', and 'Pussy Blooms' - by acquaintances and in books - it's neat to know their Czech name!

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  9. Thanks for commenting, everyone! So glad you stopped by!

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  10. I just spotted this. Thanks so much for featuring my treasury on your beautiful blog, Kellie! Love your creativity! May God bless you!

    -Kate
    Wonderful Life Farm

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