Fall Decor For Your Door | Make An Impact To Welcome Guests | Sunflowers
I saw a picture of this sunflower decor and thought I would try and make my own. I wasn't sure how to put it together, so I thought using plastic canvas for the base would work. I ordered sunflowers from Amazon and cut the canvas in a pineapple shape. I added the sunflowers and put my own twist on it with moss in between the flowers to make it look more like a pineapple. Such a cute idea and fun for your front door.
This 11 year old girl created a crochet clothing line, check it out!
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The Joy of Sunflowers
“I don’t think there’s anything on this planet that more trumpets life than the sunflower. A satellite dish for sunshine. Wherever light is, no matter how weak, these flowers will find it. And that’s such an admirable thing. And such a lesson in life.” — Helen Mirren.
This New York Farm Has One of the Largest Sunflower Fields in the Country
Sunflower season is upon us. Every summer, between late July and August, sunflower fields light up in bright yellow hues as buds begin to bloom and there's no better way to take in all the beauty than visiting a sunflower farm.
Visiting L & A Farms in Paris, Illinois
Visiting L & A Farms in Paris, IllinoisBrennon Hightower. Visiting L & A Farms sunflower maze has been on my list of things to do for about three years now and this past Saturday, we were finally able to experience the sunflower maze! Not only that, but we were also able to enjoy the new addition of the flower meadow this season.
People are flocking to Maricopa to see the extraordinary sunflower fields
Vast amounts of sunflowers are growing in Maricopa City and people are making a pilgrimage to see them. Thanks to a Facebook video taken by Volo Photo, admirers of the 70-acre crop are taking day trips to the location to see this groundbreaking moment. What makes this so unique is that it might be the first significant sunflower crop to have ever grown in Arizona.