Rich in history and herbal healing powers, lavender’s ultra soothing scent and shade has endured the years as a multifaceted miracle worker. The ambiance of such an enchanting aroma and soporific color can easily lull anyone into a tranquil feeling of “ahhhh.” Making a debut on the pages of our most popular magazines, this svelte flower steps out of its attachment to old-fashioned use to motivate your artful inspiration this spring. As a lover of lavender myself, I’m excited to share some favorite pictures I’ve hand-plucked from several of our most popular issues.
It’s easy to lead a “Somerset Life” when you’re surrounded by a field of fresh lavender. But for those of us who don’t have that luxury, there’s always the option to swing by the nearest florist and find a bundle of these beauties to add a touch of aromatic elegance to your afternoon picnic.
Beaming as a bouquet of beauty in Artful Blogging Spring 2011, lavender can be picked freshly from a field and photographed with ease to show off its simple elegance. You can print your personal picture to use in your next card making project, and send to friends on a warm spring day just to say hello, or frame and hang as a decorative accent in your home.
A brand new business from the mountains of Eden, Utah, Lavender Hill has emerged as a natural product line, bottling up their field of purple flowers to satisfy their customer’s culinary cravings. Find their story, and stunning uses of lavender in our latest issue of Where Women Create Business.
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To create homemade gifts from the heart <<Download the FREE article>> from Somerset Life Spring 2011, where you’ll learn how to create a relaxing sugar scrub, perfectly packaged lavender-infused honey and other lovely gift giving ideas.
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Posted: Thursday, April 11th, 2013 @ 4:03 pm
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