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  1. HA! I’m so with you about the cooking, Lory! Unless I’m particularly inspired, I’d just rather leave that to my gifted husband, and spend my time setting the table! 🙂 Ever since I was a kid I’ve been leaving May Day cones of flowers on my mother’s door knob – now I’ll have a really pretty one for her! What a brilliant idea – you are so creative and always inspiring! :heart:

  2. I absolutely adore these! What a great spring favor or gift idea. -xo

  3. These are so sweet, Lory! Such a great idea.
    Hugs, Jamie

  4. Lory, glad to hear I am not the only one to admit I don’t like cooking. Tablescapes were my thing way before they had a title. Love the cone and plate stack including that bright green bowl. It’s the color combination of flowers that make the cones so striking. Quiet elegance is definitely your style.

  5. So pretty and elegant Lory! I love that cones are so versatile. Happy Easter!

  6. WOW these are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing this gorgeous printable with all of us!

  7. I used your printable to make a “tussie mussy” to hang on the doorknob of a friend who just came home from the hospital. What a hit. I printed out the postcard rabbit on a 8 1/2 x 11 flat matte canvas paper, punched two holes and hung it with a ribbon. She was thrilled. Thanks so much.

  8. Kedra Sugg says:

    Lory,
    I so enjoy your site and have submitted necessary info to subscribe. I have also tried multiple times to download the full set of cone printables. Somehow my info. is never accepted – at least not fully. I’m so disappointed – I followed you for so long before even trying to sign up. I don’t seem to have problems elsewhere. Is there anyway you can ck. or help?
    Thank you.

    1. Thank you for letting me know! Yes, I will absolutely help you. Can you please let me understand where the problem is? Which method did you use to subscribe (The form in the post? The one at the top of the page? The sidebar? The popup? The one under the header?) After filling out the form, did you receive the email to confirm your subscription? If so, did you click the button that says confirm my subscription? If so, did the artwork open and you’re having trouble downloading from there? Of did the artwork not open?

      As soon as I know where the issue is, I will try my best to help work it out. It’s very helpful to me to know if my website or email service is doing something wrong. Thanks so much!!

  9. Carol Hutchinson says:

    I am also not able to get your printables. Tried the form in the post and one at the top of the page. Did not receive the email at all and not in SPAM folder. Was able to download the lilac cones but not the rest. Thanks for your help.

    1. I emailed you a reply and I’m also working with the email company to figure out the issue. Thanks for the heads up!

  10. Nicci Messina says:

    Hi Lory, I love these cones, they are too lovely! I am a subscriber but I can’t seem to be able to access the additional printable cones, what should I do?

    1. Hi Nicci! Thanks for the kind words! What is the problem you are having with access? Did you click on the link to the subscribers library? That link is in every email I send, including the one that went out today. Once you click the link, you just need to enter the password. The password is also in every email I send, right above the link button. Are you trying those things and still not getting in? Please let me know if that helps. If not, I can email you the info. Thanks! Lory

  11. Hi Lory,

    I’m a subscriber but I don’t see the link for the printables.

    1. It’s in every email I send. It’s usually right below the feature post and it says “Subscribers Only Library”, then it gives you the password and there is a pink button to click that says “Get Free Stuff”. Click that and enter the password. That will give you access to ALL of the printables.