Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Christmas orders

Hi Bloggers

 Monday was the last of my Christmas orders ,because of all that snow.
I was up at 6am, arrived at Covent  Garden  Flower Market  after 7am, and had to rush home to finish off all my orders before the first  parcel collection at the post office. That my Christmas rush over!!

My next project will be the Ethnic flower cards range which will be on the website early January ( fingers crossed) So keep checking the website!!!!

Michelle my web designer  http://www.michellealipio.com has now included a zoom function on the order page, you can now take a closer look at all the card designs. What will she do next! When will she be happy! Guess we'll have to wait until the New Year !

Just one more thing to say,
I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 PS...The first posting date for your flower card will be on the 6th January I hope the snow will be gone by then!!!

From the Camellia Range

Today thought
"Today I will make it my business to say less and do more."

Sunday, 12 December 2010

This is my first post as a blogger

Finally taken the leap after months and months of saying  "I'll blog tomorrow" I can always find many reasons to postpone the thinks I hate to do.

Over the past few months my friend Michelle has been desinging my website and she's made a pretty good job of it "I Love It" Thanks Michelle xxx .
If you every need a web designer checkout her website http://www.michellealipio.com/

 Let me tell you about "Fresh as a Daisy Cards" which are unique greeting cards for all occasions. Each card is handmade to order using fresh flowers, you can also add a personal message to your greeting cards.
Variety of cards to choose from http://www.freshasadaisycards.com/

I love working with flowers the colours, fragrance pure delight.

I do really like my website take a look and let me know what you think?  

So there it is my first blog short and sweet.

Fresh flower card orange Gerbera
Fresh flower card pink Gerbera
  Today thought

"Waiting for a particular turn of events is a good way to lead yourself into disappointment"