1. says

    So pretty. And I loved the red and white quilt! So neat. Can’t wait to see the tablecloths!!
    XO Kris

  2. says

    What a beautifully sweet centerpiece. I also enjoyed finding out it’s common use. Thank you for sharing that.
    Have a wonderful week!!

  3. says

    Talk about coming up in life.
    You make such beauty that it will be hard for it to be convinced it’s a wildflower ahahah. One with a name :surprise:
    Thank you for sharing!

  4. says

    How pretty- don’t think I’ve ever saw that before!

  5. says

    Hi Dawn,
    I just found your blog and I am so happy I did! I have spent my lunch hour reading through many of you posts, I am in LOVE with your home it’s so full of love and charm. I have become your newest follower 🙂
    I look forward to visiting often.
    Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

  6. says

    I love wildflowers best!…These are lovely!

  7. says

    I love wildflowers Dawn, and I think this centerpiece is fantastic.

  8. says

    I use my aqua canning jars for flowers too. Recently they were filled with assorted yellow blooms from my garden. Not sure what will go into them this weekend…………Sarah

  9. says

    I found your post through another….love it and love your home! You say it’s environmentally friendly, and aside from the fact you guys built the house (totally in awe) how do you power it and all?? Do you use the root of this “weed” for your family? Instead of aspirin? I want to know more! so excited to touch on a down to earth story…
    from a stuck in suburbia reader…