Was thinking I might brighten up the house a bit with a bunch of Daffodils today, and thank goodness I found this on the seattletimes.com! (I don't really have the knack for flower displays:) Oh, and if you find a little dirt on that pretty flower, don't touch it with your finger!!!! That spot will turn brown quickly. Dab a q-tip with your saliva, then wipe it off. That helpful hint from my grandma:) Thank you Seattle Times for the tips below. - Shellie Hart
Bench warmer. A simple row of canning jars creates a uniform arrangement. A wooden bench set in your foyer, kitchen window or adjacent to a sofa is the perfect complement to the rural feel of this tableau.
Lemon lollipop. Bunch some daffodils and wrap them with strips of natural burlap or brightly colored twine to create a topiarylike shape that will stand in a wide windowsill where you can enjoy them while you cook.
Pitcher perfect. Daffodils look casually comfortable, and shabby chic, when displayed in pottery, glass and tin pitchers, crocks and measuring cups for centerpieces and place settings.
Tray chic. Place single or threesome daffodils in glass bud vases topping a silver tray. Add a few fine twigs to offset the formality of the arrangement.
Wood-n-nice. Glue bark to empty tin cans or purchase bark containers at a retail store. Fill the containers with daffodils, and place them on a tray of moss for an instant woodsy retreat.
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