fashion, craft, vintage, design

ikebana

My Aunty Pat made lovely domestic interiors for her family to enjoy. She had a great eye for beauty and style. One of the many creative things she did was flower arranging. Pat was influenced by Ikebana and I wish that I had taken the time to appreciate her work better. My lovely neighbour Dottie also practices Ikebana and produces exquisite arrangements, small unassuming elegant combinations of  plants, a flower, a stem, a leaf. They are an extension of her beautiful poetry. Dottie lent me some old postcards that a friend gave her of  Ikebana. Here they are…

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