Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
I wish I had luck with the african violets, they tend to croak after a month or so in the house.
Oooh, nice shots. I can't think of the last time I saw African violets now that I'm thinking about it.
Darla: My another flower place to post. That fits you perfectly. Those are really neat flowers today.
Your flowers are truly beautiful.Love the pink poinsetta.
Your african violets look great! my mom does a good job w/ keeping them alive - me - not so much. Also always love the poinsettias - the white ones are my fave.
Gorgeous flowers--today and yesterday. So hard to believe things are actually blooming somewhere :O)Thanks for sharing!
Those poinsettias are gorgeous. It's almost time for them to start appearing in stores here. I want one in every color:)Marnie
Poinsettias are just appearing in our shops now for Christmas. Mostly the red variety, I have only seen the white one on a rare occasion.I enjoyed your thanksgiving photos too, it was a lovely family holiday. Best wishesPeggy
Beautiful poinsettias and violets, If you google poinsettias there is a lot of info on keeping them alive , the only issue is to get them to reflower as they need a certain amount of dark to bring on the colour.Good luck .
Your inside flowers are as beautiful as your outside ones! We have lots of poinsettas at our store. My favorite are the red. You should be able to grow them outside in your area, I'd think. Great 2 posts!m jean
Your blooms are so pretty! And festive! Love all the colors-thanks for sharing:)
My great aunt used to have african violets. They are so pretty but I've always thought them really hard to grow.Love your Christmas decorations too!
I enjoyed your flowers!
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