Flowers in the winter – a color boost


My grandmother needed some new plants, so we went to a big shop called Plantagen and picked out a few green ones for her. I had my camera with me as usual and I had a color infusion right then and there. During winter I sometimes forget how bright and beautiful flowers can be – faked and natural both alike. I don’t fill my posts to slow your day down, but because I just want to show all of my favorites here! I hope it’s not to slow to load this images, enjoy!







And someone had some fun with googley eyes:


Hehe – love these! Flowers with a sense of humor!

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15 Responses to Flowers in the winter – a color boost

  1. Christy says:

    Hi Hanna! Just letting you know that im a mega super fan of your blog! So much creativity and inspiration in here! Keep it up!


  2. Nita says:

    Your flower photos perked me right up. That reminds me that there is an orchid show here this weekend. I must remember to take my camera~

  3. ash says:

    It’s true! Now if I could only keep the plants alive!

  4. gina says:

    I wish- for my little plant to grow.. :D rain makes all the seed die, they need the sun.. sigh! and this is lovely.. Hanna :)

  5. Alison Gibbs says:

    Oh what fabulous vibrant plants.

  6. Sarah says:

    I was only thinking today what a wonderful gift flowers are – lovely photos

  7. Bad Faery says:

    This is the thing I love about your blog. Every visit brings with it an injection of pure colour. Wonderful!

  8. naomi says:

    Oh, it’s just so beautiful here. Just makes me more and more anxious to see spring come soon.

  9. Toni says:

    Those googly eyes were a surprise!

    All those colors were so uplifting. :)

  10. Sama says:

    You take great pictures! I liked the second one (what is that? looks a bit like soft rose) best.

  11. Nik says:

    I love your blog!Your post on how to turn old picture frames into an inspiration board was genuis. It also set off a landslide of ideas on how to finish decorating my house (finaly!!!). I have been looking at craft blogs for a long time and nobody inspires me like you! Have a great day!

  12. Anary says:

    WOW..What a great view. I love this colors…Thanks for reminding me that a lovely season is just around the corner…and life will be an explosion of colors once more.

    ps>: I think I missed the results for you bag contest. I have been looking into see them in your etsy shop…I can get lost in words very easy…Thanks!

  13. iHanna says:

    Thanks for all your lovely comments girls!

    Sama, the pink flower that is looking like a rose is called ranunkel, a bit like pion! More flower photos here!

    Anary, thanks for your comment and asking about the bags! I haven’t updated my etsy, I’ll post here when I do – promise!

  14. Jennalou says:

    wow… those are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing :D

  15. Chris says:

    Hanna, I LOVE ranunculus! I used them in 26 art cards I made for a book. These are beautiful.

    You have a great blog. And I just got your book, and I’m taking it on a trip with me this weekend. I can tell just by perusing it that it’s fabulous, just as I thought it would be.

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