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Updated: 2019-09-09 02:01Font Size: LMS

Annie’s love affair with African design inspiration continues (see last week’s post for the dish on African patterns), and today she’s smitten with the protea, a stunning bloom whose wide range of forms was so mind boggling to famed botanist Carl Linnaeus that he named it after the shape-shifting god Proteus. Take a look and you’ll see why she adores this unusual flower.

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The king protea, which comes in several color forms and upwards of 80 garden varietiescustom teacher gifts, and has a thick, resilient underground stem that can withstand wildfires, is South Africa’s national flower. It lights up fields during the summer in South Africa, from mid-October to mid-February, and can be found throughout the Cape Floral Region, a major, 56-mile global biodiversity site made up of eight protected areas that contain nearly 10,000 plant species. If all that isn’t amazing enough, the protea boasts a brilliant burst of color and a dramatic, spiky-yet-soft shape. See how Annie’s using it in her decorating, and tell us in the comments what you’d add to the palette!

1. Brushstroke Damask Fuchsia Shirt Tail Pajama2. Candlewick Fuchsia Bedspread3. Candlewick Fuchsia Decorative Pillow4. Diamond Key Lime Matelassé Coverlet5. Embroidered Hem White/Gold Sheet Set6. Sheepy Fleece White Robe7. Fresh American Snap Kiwi Indoor/Outdoor Pouf8. Sugari Check White/Ivory Throw9. Toadstool Multi Decorative Pillow

It’s no secret that I prefer to invest in everyday decor over holiday decor. Most of our Christmas decorations are handmade.

Cupcake liners make a great crafting material, they are inexpensive and versatile – you can make this adorable cupcake liner flower craft with them, a craft that’s perfect for Mother’s day.

After working with microwavable soap bases a few times, I knew I wanted to try a brightly colored soap DIY for kids this time around. ?With a twist on traditional soap shapes and some brilliant colors (thanks to heavy duty food coloring!), I came up with some whimsical soaps that the kids are asking for every night at bathtime!

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