Friday, June 18, 2010

Adding Fruits And Vegetables

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I just love adding fruits and vegetables to arrangements…not only are they interesting and beautiful, but you can snack while working! Think I might leave the brussel sprouts in the centerpieces, though…

Hope you have a great weekend! Thanks so much for visiting the Brouhaha this week. You don’t know how happy it makes me when you stop by…

 

1 comment:

Never A Plain Jane said...

Mmmm, these are yummy on so many levels. I have always loved your open-box arrangements. Also, I never realized how much a tomato looks like a tight tulip bud until just now when I saw the photo from Style Me Pretty and Blush Floral Design. It actually took me a second to find the fruit!

A cautionary word though: remember the infamous grape/cork table-scape at Messina Hof where we (including a pregnant Emily) consumed grapes by the pound before even noticing the label saying they were not for consumption? Ah, memories...