Themes: Flowers – Celebrating Flowers

January 02, 2015

FlowersFresh flowers are an amazing way to brighten up anyone’s day. They have a great ability to bring positive, happy emotions and a real sense of well-being. They are just beautiful to look at and even better to smell! A bouquet of flowers will brighten any room and any mood and are just a great way to show someone you care. Padtastic offer a gorgeous range of flower inspired note pads that would work perfectly with that bouquet of flowers you are thinking about buying. Floriade in Canberra is one of Australia’s biggest celebrations of spring and runs for over 30 days in September and October. Did you know that over 1 million flowers are in bloom for the festival in Canberra’s Commonwealth Park? Now that would brighten up anyone’s day!

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