Saturday, March 22, 2014

A little pizazz for your flowers


I know this trick is as old as the hills - but I still love it!!!
You can go from pale pink ( which I prefer ) to almost fuschia!




Next week will be turquoise !!!

Have a wonderful day everyone :)


Much love,

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21 comments:

  1. When I was a kid, I was always amazed at how carnations could be such a beautiful blue, and then my Mom showed me! A great tip Suzan!

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  2. I must live under a rock, never heard of this!!!!

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  3. It may be an old idea, but this old girl has never seen it. So, you can teach an old dog new tricks.

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  4. Love this Suzan. So pretty. So nice just to see some natural beauty today. I hope we see those flowers outside again soon. Have a great Sunday.
    Kris

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  5. I love doing this with my boys. We pick daisies and queen ann lace and do this every summer. :-)

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  6. How come I didn't know this. Probably too much living under a rock :)

    xo Laura

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  7. Sometimes its the little things that have the most impact!

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  8. When we were kids we used to split the stems on daisies and put one half in a different color and watch how the plant was bi colored.l What a sweet post, Suzan. xo Diana

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  9. Oh that's cool, I did not know that happened. Very cool! Wonder if I could get them to trun red or if they'd just go pink.

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  10. I never heard of this!! And at first I thought you were just making the water pretty! Ha!

    XO,
    Jane

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  11. I can't wait to do this with my daughter. I remember doing it in school; the kids will love it!!!

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  12. We used to do this with Queen Annes Lace...which is a weed! LOL!

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  13. I knew this was done commercially, but I didn't know you could do it at home! FUN!
    Thanks, Suzan.

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  14. Great idea, I don't think I knew about this, or maybe it was so long ago, I forgot! Really pretty!

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  15. What a clever idea I love this. Thanks so much for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  16. Beautiful idea!I didn't know about this. I have a link party on my blog that is live right now and I would love if you stop by and link this beautiful post. http://mariaelenasdecor.blogspot.com/
    Enjoy your day. Hugs.
    Maria

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  17. Count me among those that have never heard of this clever trick. Thank you and I can't wait to try it!

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  18. Feeling very tempted to add some colour to my Mothers day daffodils currently on my table!

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  19. Hey Suzan,
    I love the colored water. Thanks so much for sharing with Adorned From Above's Link Party.
    Have a great week.
    Debi and Charly

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  20. I never would have thought of this, but it's so pretty!

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