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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Vessels, a Big Part of Our Creative Process

Happy Monday morning! Mornings at my shop are always a buzz with motion and energy. You’ll find Jack Penate, Mike Snow and Keane as a few of our Pandora favorites pumping through the air. We are all working assiduously at preparing the fresh shipment of flowers we receive every morning. Stripping thorns and crinkled leaves. […]

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Camelback Flowershop

This is my flower shop. It is a little local world where the delights of the eye surprise you daily and imagination is limitless. From vintage hand-gilded bird cages to a moose horn cradling hand blown milk glass. From my brilliant team that help me run the shop like our wedding consultant, manager, and floral […]

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Peony Creatures

Ah peonies…one of my all time favorite flowers. Can one even call it a flower? They are like huge tangly creatures perched at the end of a long and narrow road. They call to you. You cannot peel your eyes away. And when they are nearing the end of their remarkable life, curious and sprawling, […]

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Let’s Get Personal – Teresa

You can follow Teresa on Twitter @flowershopgirls for constant updates and shenanigans. Look for a Let’s Get Personal feature next month on another great team member at Camelback Flowershop. Lightrail Blogger (Lux interior) Brainfuel Blog (Lux Coffee) Arizona Coffee (Lux exterior) Fan Pop (Keane artwork) Valley Permaculture Alliance (Lylah Ledner) Pen & Fork (Simple Farm) Tate Etc. (Cy Twombly) The Telegraph (Cy Twombly) Fashion Blog […]

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CF Girl Abroad

Fabulous followers of the Bloggidy Blog Blog!  It’s your blogger-from-another-mother, Jessica… you haven’t forgotten about me, have you? Well, as some of you know, I’ve been doing a bit of traveling since I last posted on the Camelback Bloggidy.  I spent a chunk of time in Prague, Czech Republic and had an outrageous amount of […]

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