Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Thanksgiving Poinsettia... Who Knew???


It's called "gold rush" and has just the right amount of warmth for
a Thanksgiving setting. So unusual; it just fit right in nestled in with my glass pumpkin collection.


Monday, August 29, 2016

Flamingo Affair




Had a little "Flamingo Fling" for a friend. 
The flowers were "off the chain" and wanted to share.

While "Flowers by Lisa" is not a real business thinking for sure it should be. The gal's got talent! As we say she might not cook but she shore has a flair with flowers.
She out did herself & these centerpieces.... well what can I say other than......
supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!!!

As you can imagine the raves just kept coming!!!





The flowers seen here (above & below) all came from my sweet Mama's yard.









Now I have been known to run a theme into the ground from time to time but this time I think we got it just right!




Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Hoppy Easter


Some of my "peeps" came a calling!



Working on Floral Arranging Techniques......






Christi's Arrangement ~ Love the colors!!!


Betsy Tom & Lyn went all over the top!

Lovie & My "Older" Sister ~ Festive Headpieces!


Monday, March 14, 2016

The Divine Miss Schultz Keynote Speaker Caring House Durham Friend Raiser

Caring House Durham is thrilled to have Frances Schultz as the Keynote Speaker for their "friend raising" Bee Caring Luncheon on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 @ Durham's Convention Center. A North Carolina native, Schultz has a newly-released book The Bee Cottage Story. Each luncheon attendee will receive an autographed copy of this delightful new book! I am super excited to be a part of this fun event. If you are in the Triangle you want to sign up soon, Tickets are selling fast!
The Bee Cottage shown above ~ Original Art by Frances Schultz
A print of the original artwork of Bee Cottage will be auctioned off in our silent auction at the luncheon.

Frances Schultz

Caring House Durham


For nearly 25 years, Caring House has supported Duke Cancer Institute patients by providing housing and a healing environment. Founded in 1992, Caring House provides comfortable, supportive, and affordable housing to Duke Cancer Institute adult outpatients and their caregivers. It is a 12,900 square foot building that has 18 private rooms, each with a private bath, phone, television, and DVD player. Founded in 1992 by Barbara Booth, Frankie DuBose, Susie Leaming Huffines, Pat Joklik, Bunny Kerns, and Martha Erwin Uzzle & continues to operate due to the countless individuals who donate their time, talent and treasure to Caring House.

For more details & to register to attend please click: Bee Caring Luncheon



All guest @ the luncheon will receive an autographed copy of The Bee Cottage Story by Frances Schultz. Purchase additional copies day of luncheon.

Friday, December 25, 2015

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