The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Seventeen

…1 7/8 inches tall–and exquisitely painted in pale gray. It looks stunning on this stand I bought at this spring’s Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival at Seattle Center. Week…

The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Thirty-Three

…the vase, I used a round kenzan (a.k.a, a “spiky frog”) that is used in the Japanese art of ikebana. I bought the kenzan at the Seattle Cherry Blossom &…

The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Four

…edges) can find a new lease on life. I shot this survivor from above along with a few sprigs of bear grass. Week Four: Single Blossom on a Blossom-Strewn Rug…

The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Nine

…condo with two bouquets in hand that cost a grand total of $14. When I got home, I realized that, consciously or subconsciously, I had chosen blossoms in my husband’s…

The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Twenty-Eight

…like best. He said it was a toss-up between the Bold and Color Bloom versions. But he particularly liked the Bold version because of the vivid green blossom in the…

The Bouquet-a-Week Project: Week Forty-Five

…thought might last forever. I reformulated that blossom into my major bouquet, so all I needed for Week 45 was a handful of dahlias to repopulate my small bouquets. I…