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March 24, 2010


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So beautiful! Ranunculus is my favourite!


i love ranunculus (say that 3x fast!)


These are just gorgeous- thanks for sharing!

You did a wonderful job on you bouquet :)

Oh, i love the flowers! I am such a big fan of you! beautiful :)

Breathtakingly beautiful! Love those colors!

So lovely! Funny how we welcome each change of the seasons with the gifts from Mother Nature - kind of like she "re-boots" our inner clock and refreshes our enthusiasm.

Oh, I love the photos!

I've decided that your life must be one simply lovely adventure after another! Love those photos.

Jessica, your bouquet is beautiful! I've been following your blog for some time now and just wanted to let you know that I am inspired by your creativity, sense of color and gorgeous photography. Thank you for sharing your passions and reigniting mine!

Such a lovely bouquet to welcome springtime!

Two of my favorite flowers!!! Both were in my wedding bouquet & centerpieces. Your bouquet is just gorgeous.

Hi Jessica, you received a mention on my blog today from my guest blogger! I love what you have done with your *bloggy* place :)

i talked about you on my post today!!
thak you SO much for all the beautiful work you do!!!

Gorgeous flowers! Beautiful pink and white colors!

Such a beautiful blog. I couldn't sleep last night- so inspired by your lovely images. Can't wait to get started on the cookie charm bracelets and I covet your pantry. THANK YOU for sharing

Hi Jessica:

I just discovered your gorgeous blog, Such Pretty Things, this past week and have already added it to my favorites. Your crafting skills are wonderfully creative (I especially like the Target Tuesdays) and your photographs are truly exceptional.

I am a jewelry designer and former interior designer now living in Arizona. My blog is about the interconnection of my jewelry designs and how they are inspired by interior designs. Yes, it is a strange combo, but it connects perfectly to my background as a Boston interior designer for over 20 years.

I have written up a posting which mentions you and your blog and can create a link to your blog - with your permission. Since the posting is about pastels, Easter/Spring, etc., I would love to include some of your images (with reference) if that is okay too.

I was hoping to post this tomorrow as I am leaving for Boston for the holidays on Sunday morning. Hopefully, you will have a few minutes to shoot me an email to let me know if this meets with your approval.

One last question, you have a photo of a very pretty teacup with pink & yellow dripping flowers also showing with a wire cake stand(?) and a little duck head. Strangely enough, that is what started all of this. I have a beloved dessert set of the same pattern that belonged to my mother (she died when I was 5 yrs.). Do you have the same set or was that just a random teacup/saucer you found? Just curious - I have never seen the pattern anywhere else before. I think my mother may have purchased it in Canada.

So lovely! I like them all. Wish someone also send me like that. I am really inspired by this post. Thanks for sharing!


such a breath of fresh springtime, i love ranunculus and the pink and green combo, now i want to go out and find stock :-)

What an absolutely gorgeous blog. I'm so looking forward to reading more.

Lovely flowers! Wish someone also send me like that. Anyway, I've been looking for topics as interesting as this. Looking forward to your next post.


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