Hi everyone! Back in the spring, I did a post on the meaning behind some spring flowers. I shared photographs that I had taken over the years of various springtime blooms like tulips and pansies and other beautiful posies, as my grandmother would say.
Recently, in an old antique book that was falling apart, I found this one page list of flowers and their meanings. I thought I’d share it with you all today, since it’s a topic we had looked at not so long ago. Fell free to download the document to use for reference or to print out and use for crafting; it’s a free gift for you today. [NOTE: It looks like the bottom is cut off, but it’s not on the printable PDF.]
And because I appreciate you all so much, here’s one more free printable! A sweet prayer of thanksgiving by a Mrs. Crewdson, filled with lovely poppies and daisies. The original can be purchased in the ephemera section of my blog store for $3.99.
I have a new section in my shop that you might want to peruse called Downloadables. Right now it’s filled with several antique atlas maps and a wonderful print of game fish taken from a book plate. They are just 99¢ each! I’ll be adding to it regularly, so be sure to check back regularly if you like these kinds of downloads.
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