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The Debi Lilly Box

Flowers are happy. Whether you grow them, buy them, give them, or receive them they are sure to bring a smile and fill your day with joy. Let's live, love, laugh and celebrate today - with farm fresh flowers!
This recipe was created by Event and Floral Designer Debi Lilly with a festive, wintry set up in mind. However, she out did herself because this DIY is so incredibly adaptable for any occasion.
The fresh white, pale green, and blue tones are crisp and refreshing. The subtle palette but complex texture will heighten the classic, minimalist, or romantic ambiance you're creating. The large albatross mums and ruffled garden roses create an inviting softness you'll want to bury your nose in while the blue eryngium thistle creates fun pops of color.

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$90.00

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