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Trends


All next week we are shooting trends and stuff for 2012.

These are some of the things we will be using.

It will be a bit different.

The V-word has been banished. Never to be uttered again.

This fills with much joy and wonderment.

It is time to move on.

10 comments:

Jen of Country Weekend said...

Found you via mall but charming and having great fun reading past posts, though have obviously not read enough since I don't know what the V-word is. Hope to decode it eventually.

Zombelina said...

Banning vintage by any chance?

Exciting times!

Kay said...

i'm sorry but the v word will live forever!!!....it also applies to me!!...xx

Becca said...

What?

Why must everything change?

Next step Gerbera. Mark my words.

Valley Flower Company said...

those first three images together made me slightly weak in the knees...lovely.

Mother Hen said...

Those of you who do not know Miss P in the same manner as I do, will soon learn that the C word (change) is an intrinsic part of her make up. It may be to do with genetics xxx

Becca said...

What variety of roses are those? Just dreamy!

Kate@The Gorgeous Flower Company said...

Is it the Vuvuzela? What a funny name for such a beautiful rose! Do they smell as lovely as they should? I am going to try and buy some this weekend for a Hen party demo!

Kate@The Gorgeous Flower Company said...

Is it the new Vuvuzela rose? What a funny name for such a beautiful rose. Does is smell as lovely as it should? Am going to try any buy some for a hen party demo this weekend.
p.s. A soft boiled egg with the electric (chick shaped) John Lewis egg boiler works for me! Perfect runny yolk every time!

Becca said...

Kate- seriously? Are they called the vuvuzela? Ha! Agreed, such a silly (but fun to say) name for such a stunner. Am going to try to order. Now. Thank you! (I hope they smell as pretty too!)