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  1. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    Sweet and simple! Tip–cut stems of fresh flowers and stand them in warm (not hot) water and put them in a well-lighted room (sunshine is good but not directly). This will wake them up quicker. Happy Spring!!XOXO

  2. Oh, Lory, you really made this simple and easy for anyone to create! I feel like I can smell the fragrant hyacinth blossoms as I look at your pretty centerpiece. I am with you on the preserved boxwood wreaths, they are so adaptable to so many occasions and uses!

  3. This centerpiece is absolutely gorgeous, Lory! ?????? I will soon have a similar version gracing my table! Thanks so much for sharing your ingenuity with us! ???

  4. Sheila DelCharco says:

    Really beautiful and easy to boot! A win-win project! Thanks for sharing!

  5. MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says:

    Lory, what a gorgeous centrepiece! It’s so easy to do! Thanks for such a great idea. I love the urn it’s in and just might have to order one! Thanks, again, Lory!

  6. Absolutely beautiful! Wow! Its perfect!

  7. I LOVE this centerpiece! How very creative you are! So much better than a fresh flower centerpiece! Thank you for sharing! Happy spring and Easter! 🌸🌞

  8. Lory, what are the dimensions of your urn? I’ve got to buy one for my dining room table. Thanks!

  9. This is borderline genius! So easy and pretty!