Making a fresh arrangement doesn’t have to be difficult. This bouquet was made a few weeks ago with simply taking cuttings from my Oakleaf Hydrangea bush. Nothing fancy, nothing extra . . . just using what you have at hand.
I made this arrangement specifically for my bedroom, since the colors in my room are beige, pale pink, and pale olive green.
The Oakleaf flowers had already turned from white to pink and green, so they were the perfect flower for this arrangement on my dresser.
Something I never noticed before is that when the flowers turn pink and green, the blossom turns downward, so you are looking at the underside of the flower.
I love how they mellow into the sweetest shades of pink and green . . .
. . . softening the look of everything in the room.
Happy Monday and happy week to all.
Linking with Rambling in the Garden for “In a Vase on Monday”.