It's time of the year
24 Nov 2020
Pleasure in Receiving
02 JUN 2020
Today I want to talk about the role of packaging when ordering and receiving a product and how important it is. You can have a good product but if it is poorly packaged then that will take the shine off receiving it and immediately make it feel less valued than it should be! Presentation is vital and something I’m very interested in. This could be the packaging of my products to the way I present food after cooking! The way something looks really effects the receiving person’s mood and is such a vital piece of the overall feel-good factor of receiving a parcel in the post!
18 NOV 2019
It’s that time of year when you want to make your home really special. I’m sharing some ideas and crafty projects series to inspire you to get creative for this Holiday season.
01 MAR 2019
The mixed tones of greens and combination of shapes are magical. Often as lovely as the flowers, greens can play a major role in creating a perfect composition.
Floriography, Hana Kotoba
31 JAN 2019
The name “The Tsubaki” came from my love of Camelia’s which is one of Japan’s most well known traditional flowers.
12 NOV 2018
Freesia flowers convey a variety of meanings, including friendship, innocence, thoughtfulness, perseverance and being high-spirited.
23 MAY 2018
The gorgeous Camellias (is known as Tsubaki in Japanese) originate from eastern and southern Asia, ranging from the Himalayas to Japan and Indonesia. They were grown and developed for centuries before they made it to Europe.
27 APR 2018
First discovered in Japan, the name hydrangea comes from the Greek “hydor,” meaning water, and “angos,” meaning jar or vessel. This roughly translates to “water barrel,” referring to the hydrangea’s need for plenty of water and its cup-shaped flower.
27 MAR 2018
Sakura is the most popular and famous flower symbol in Japan so much so that there’s even a festival to celebrate its arrival in the spring. Sakura is a symbol of wabi-sabi, an important worldview in Japan relating to the acceptance of transience and imperfection as well as gentleness and kindness.
20 MAR 2018
Native to Asia, the Ranunculus is a perennial that fares heat in cool, dry climates with mild winters. They are also known as “Little Frog”.Probably due to them often being found near water or watery conditions.