Enjoying Flowers and Creativity

Don’t you just love all those fall flowers? There’s a bounty of color, size and style! Flowers are one of my happy things, and give a a sense of JOY. Do they make you bow in awe of our Almighty Creator or show how much you are loved by God?

Are you one of those who gets refreshed by a peaceful walk, surrounded in wild flowers? Resting your mind, soul and thoughts. Giving your heart to Jehovah.

Now, back to the flowers! They can bring so much fun and pure delight when you take the time to create a beautiful bouquet, and better yet, gift it to someone. Have you ever thought about blessing your mail or package person with one? Please comment below which flowers you enjoy using, and who you like to bless with your bouquets.

Collect some of your favorite flowers and greens. Do not forget the neat “weeds” and random greens. They add a variety of shades and make perfect filler. And be creative with your vase options!
Now comes the time to arrange! Choose a color theme, or do it random. Make the bouquet your own.

Enjoy the flowers yourself, or make someone else’s day!

Credits: Captured Memories Photography, Heather Yoder & Jeanette Zook

Published by Pursuing Our Purpose

Welcome! We are two sets of sisters that are best friends; longing to live the purpose and design that God has specially planned for every one of us. We would love to have you come along with us as we learn what it looks like to be a true woman glowing with an inward beauty that comes from our Heavenly Father.

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