Thursday, January 3, 2013

Happy Friday. :)

These little pretties prove that an impulse buy at the grocery store isn't always a bad thing.

Best $4.99 I've spent in some time. 

Go get yourself some!

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.


Marla and Steve said...

The white is perfect. Don't you just love flowers!

Blondie's Journal said...

Pretty! Are they carnations? They last FOREVER!!


Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

A beautiful impulse buy and calorie free too!! So simple yet so pretty, Stacey! You will enjoy them for a long time. Linda

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I love the white ones....I had a friend who made a Westie with {mostly} white was the cutest flower arrangement! I need to find some red and white carnations and make an Alabama Crimson Tide arrangement for the National Championship Game. :D


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They sure are pretty! White is so fresh and nice for winter! I love the little ribbon you put around the vase...and the book! They look pretty in the jar, too! Sweet hugs!

Susie from Bienvenue said...

I love your little splurge :)
Nothing can make a room happy like fresh flowers. I had to laugh at your comment on my blog about your sons beard. Just when I decided to stop nagging him to shave it all off, he came by this evening all shaved up. He has a dentist appt and wanted to be clean cut LOL. Thank goodness for dental check ups haha

Carol said...

A fresh bunch of flowers always perks up a space. Love the white flowers in the jar!


Liz Hockamier said...

I agree! :)
I'm so glad you linked up for Fresh-Cut Friday! This is such a cute post. I love the red and white!

Happy New Year!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

How pretty! I love white hydrangeas from the grocery store, after Christmas. There really is something so fresh about white flowers!

Gina said...

It's amazing how pretty flowers can brighten up a space! For $4.99, why not? I love the red & white gingham ribbon...pulls me right in!

Debbie @ MeandMyDIY said...

Yay! You were in my inbox this morning! :) The flowers are lovely and look so pretty in the mason jars. Have a wonderful weekend!


Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME/Doublewide Decor said...

Love the white....and so pretty in the jar! Have a great weekend!

Leslie said...

Such pretty, wintry flowers :) I love the mason jar for floral displays. For the holidays I did several arrangements for one of my table displays(it's a blog post). So fun!

Have a nice weekend!

Barb @ My Cottage On The Lake said...

Hi Stacey!!

Thanks for coming over. So good to see you again.

The flowers are lovely. I try and treat myself to flowers (mostly roses) about once a week or so. They are worth every nickel we spend on them.

Happy New Year!

Hugs, Barb

Barb @ My Cottage On The Lake said... many congratulations and blessings on your new home!!

How exciting!

Barb ♥

Denise Marie said...

Luv it! got some roses right now.

Bernideen said...

Looks very sweet!!

Debra said...

Best Impulse Buy in the world! ( well, maybe tied with chocolate ? :)

Poppy said...

Hey Stacey,

Just finished catching up on some of your very lovely posts! Your new house is simply gorgeous! May you have many interesting moments creating personal spaces that represent you. BTW, your previous gardens were spectacular!

All the best in 2013,


Kelly said...

White carnations are always so pretty grouped together like that. They will last a long time too. That's a nice way to bring in some "summer charm" to your kitchen right now too.

thistlewoodfarm said...

How pretty! Best $4.99 you ever spent!


Tricia said...

Oh those are just beautiful! I sometimes pick up flowers when I am at the grocer- a bit of a splurge, but they make me smile! Happy New Year to you!

Deserae said...

Beautiful blooms.....I might just have to pick up a bunch when I go to the grocery store tomorrow :O)

bj said...

So pretty. I just love it when I have enuf left in my groc. budget to pick up a $5 bunch of flowers. Makes me smile all the way home. :))

Kara said...

Oh they are so pretty. I love white carnations at this time of year. I may just pick some up when I'm at the market tomorrow.

Babs said...

So pretty! Fresh cut flowers are one of my weaknesses. I could have them in my house all the time. I saw some huge mixed bouquets in the store today for $15, which I thought was a good buy.
Have a great week,

Shelia said...

Hi Stacey! What lovely flowers and I agree, we need to treat ourselves to some pretty blooms from time to time. Thanks for popping in to see ma and Happy New Year!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Southern Lady said...

I love "grocery store" flowers, too! They are such day-brighteners, for any day of the week, and last forever.

I was trying to read the inscription on the cloth in the first picture and all I can see is "Goodness Gracious." Would love to know the rest of it.

Thank you, Stacey, for stopping by Southern Lagniappe, and taking the time to leave such sweet comments.

I always enjoy visiting you and your new home, and can't wait 'til spring to see your landscaping projects. I know you're going to make your new yard as beautiful as the one you left ... and won't it be fun!

Brandi said...

Your flowers are so pretty, Stacey! I hope you have a wonderful weekend.