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04/25/2012

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Calling it Home

I just went over to Neil Whittaker,the UK designer...wow! this is so unique. I am finding myself so interested in the. I can't wait to see how it is made?

botanical brouhaha

#1 and #5...love this post, Mimi!

Mimi

Just when you thought you've seen everything that can be done with flowers out comes someone doing an entirely different thing. It's been fun learning about glamelias and the people who make them.

Mimi

Amy, I think number one with the ruffled pink skirt is one of my favorites too. Glad you're enjoying the series. Keep reading.

Angela @TheNotSoFunctionalHousewife

Absolutely beautiful! I love all the colors!

Mimi

I love all the colors too, but find that my heart always goes for the white glamelias.

Amy

Wow look at that bridal one!!

Thanks for sharing this last week at Drab to Fab!!
Here's the link to this week's party. Come on back and share your fabulousness :)
http://www.amynjesse.com/2012/05/drab-to-fab-link-up-15.html

Have a great weekend.

Amy @ Sugar and Spice

Mimi

Amy. I'm so happy you're enjoying the series I did on Glamelias. Have a wonderful weekend!

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