Love what you've done there - what a fab idea!Happy Sunday,xx
So very pretty !Yes, a hint of spring....much longed for.
Just lovely, I am looking forward to Spring.
So pretty, and so creative, Liz! Love it!
First spring flowers are always make us happy :) Lovely photos
How lovely to see these beautiful blooms ~ looks like spring ;-)
Daffs are so cheery aren't they? Just the thing to brighten up the day.Anne xx
Sweet tete dafodills. I have a bulb growing in my kitchen window, the ones outside might beat it to the punch. Thanks for showing a little spring to us!
Stunning. Love your daffodils.Wish mine had flowered last spring.Cheers
Just lovely! :) x
How lovely, a proper taste of Spring. x
How lovely! Had some little jonquils on my windowsill to cheer up the kitchen in the gloom of February!
Liz, what a beautiful way to put some pretty mismatched china to good use. LOVE it! Daffodils are one of the most beautiful signs of spring.
Lovely cheery daffodils and so perfectly displayed. x
I love this idea! xx
Now that really does look like Spring! Lovely. xxxx
More than any other time I think spring flowers and bulbs look so pretty in old china containers.I have seen lots of lovely primulas in china containers which look amazing.
What a great idea. I have loads of vintage china but I never ever use the cups cause they are just too small to satisfy my immense thirst for tea, only huge big mugs will suffice.I've been thinking about making teacup candles but this is a far better idea as I love flowers...xXx
They're gorgeous and what a lovely idea.
You are so clever. Love the idea of planting bulbs in teacups.
Lovely idea! We will be heading into autumn soon but your making me excited for spring already!
Thanks for visiting my blog! Have discovered yours and subscribed, I enjoyed looking at some of your thrifty finds.Gill
These are absolutley gorgeous. I have a number of cacti and succulants in cups but I am totally adding bulbs this year. They are so lovely.
brilliant, I love tete a tete and putting them in teacups is a great idea x
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