Thursday, March 15, 2012

For My Peeps




What do you get when you take one bouquet of fresh-cut spring flowers ...






And add Peeps?





A Hoppy Springtime Arrangement!

I love positioning a smaller vase within a larger one and filling it with seasonal candy. For the past couple of years I have used jellybeans for spring, but this year I decided to change it up with rows of pink and yellow Peeps. It literally took minutes to fill the space between the vases with these sweet marshmallow bunnies. I plan to keep this Peep show on display through Easter, changing out the flowers as needed. This vivid color scheme is brighter than I normally choose, but I had something to celebrate.






I have been invited to join Culinary.net as a desserts contributor. Each month I will be sharing a recipe, tip or tutorial on Culinary Chat. I am a teensy bit intimidated to join this gourmet group, but I am so honored that they invited me to participate. Since you are one of my favorite peeps, I hope you will hop over to see my first post. Find it here!






I also wanted to mention that you can now get A Little Loveliness through e-mail. Simply submit your e-mail address at the top of my sidebar, and new posts will be sent to your inbox.

9 comments:

LELO said...

So cute! The colors harmony and the beauty of those flowers...

I liked it so much!

By the way, the "Chocolate Mint Brownies" seems to be delicious!

Congratulations :D

Connie said...

Your bunnies in the vase . . .how adorable is that!!! Big fan, Connie

Rach said...

Very bright and cute!

Anonymous said...

What a cute idea. I love your blog...it's such an inspiration to me. I made my daughter a "shabby" heart and monogram applique T-shirt after seeing yours....it turned out darling!!! Thanks for all the great ideas!! Congratulations on your invitation to the new website!

Melissa Lester said...

So glad you made the Valentine tee! Isn't that a fun technique? Thanks for the comment!

Jennifer Driver said...

Congratulations! I looked at your first post and the recipe looks delicious. They are lucky to have you! :)

Lynn Coulter said...

love the pink Easter peep in the teacup! do you know the name of that china pattern? i've been looking for white china, and that floral pattern would be perfect. thanks. i love your blog.

Miss Kitty said...

very very very cute! I am a peeps fanatic so I will have to copy your idea!

Fashion Meets Food said...

What a beautiful arrangement! Love your blog! xo

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