J’adore: Poppies

When I was little, my Mom used to have a patch of poppies in her garden. Oh, how I loved them! I used to “cook” them and always ended up with my clothes and hands dyed in shades of red, purple and pink, getting my Mom super angry, of course. When I was 8 we moved, and we never had poppies again, but my love for them remained. They’re so fragile, beautiful, and almost transparent. And also versatile! Take a look to all these lovely poppy options:

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Cuando era pequeña, mi madre solía tener un cantero de amapolas en su jardín. Ah, cómo las amaba! Solía “cocinarlas” y siempre terminaba con mi ropa y manos teñidas en tonos de rojo, púrpura y rosa, haciendo que mi Mamá se súper enojara, por supuesto. Cuando tenía 8 nos mudamos y nunca tuvimos amapolas de nuevo, pero yo seguí amándolas. Son tan frágiles, hermosas, y casi transparentes. Y tan versátiles! Miren todas estas adorables opciones con amapolas:

Lulu Chair from  thisnext 

Poppy Art Dress from ModCloth

Vynil Wall Decals Stickers from this Etsy shop 
Cranberry Poppy Seed Bundt Cake from Coconut&Lime  
 (I’ve actually made this cake, and it’s delicious!)
Oh! And have a great weekend! Next monday is a National Holiday here, so we’re going to the countryside the whole weekend… sooo relaxing! Hope I can show you some pics next week. Bisous!

3 Responses to J’adore: Poppies

  1. I love poppies…they make me think of Wizard of Oz though:-) I just read you post about Zara…it is crazy to think it is summer where you are. I bet Argentina is SO beautiful..it is on my list of places to visit.xx – Christina

  2. * Christina: It's so crazy right? We're melting while you're freezing! I'm planning a few post about the beautiful places we have in Argentina, you'd love it! Love your blog, thanks for coming by!* Eden: Thank you! Have a great weekend you too. 🙂

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