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Petal Pink Thin 16x


Selected from our premium line of men's handkerchiefs, this set of 3 gentlemen's handkerchiefs are imported from Switzerland and made of 100% fine cotton.Each handkerchief measures approx 16" x 16" square and has thin satin stripes across the length of the hankie.Ideal for that special man in your life. Perfect for weddings and other special events!




petal pink thin 16x


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When I got married last spring, I had custom handkerchiefs made for all of the attendees at my bridal shower and it was the perfect bridal shower gift! Bumblebee also made my "something blue," a dress label with my new monogram (in blue!) that was sewn into my wedding dress. I am not the type that wanted to wear a garter belt or blue shoes, so this was a great way to incorporate this tradition while remaining true to my personal style. I will refer Bumblebee Linens to all of my friends!


If you are looking for beautiful heirloom hankies, Bumblebee Linens is just the right place to find them. I've purchased over 150 times from Bumblebee Linens, and I open each package knowing I'm going to find something gorgeous. Their products are high-end, top quality. Their service is exceptional! I continue to be a very satisfied customer since 2011.


Enjoy the pleasant springtime mood of budding petals and flowers. Create petals in the delicate pastel colors of PRECIOSA seed beads. You can incorporate the seed bead petals into a bracelet or create earrings out of them. The petals can be combined to create a flower which can be used in a striking piece of spring jewelry or as a decoration. Use your imagination and enjoy working with seed beads in pastel colors.


Add 5x 1 R along both sides of the petal using the peyote stitch. Thread the line through the top IP. Sew the line in. Hide a simple knot in the R or a double knot in the IP.


The red ground is visible where the paint is thinly applied or abraded. Goya applied oil paint in a variety of techniques ranging from thin glazes to opaque layers in light-colored areas. Contour adjustments are visible on the left side of the waist and the hem of the dress. The position of the feet has been shifted.


Create your own floral paradise with this super full, Super Premium Quality Silk Rose, Peony & Hydrangea Flower Wall with huge flowers that absolutely burst from this floral mat! *The flexible plastic frame is 16" by 23 3/4" but the flowers extend over the edges making the actual measurement about 18" by 26" and it is 3" deep! This wall is chocked full of a luscious mix of roses, hydrangeas and 2 varieties of peonies in ivory and a gorgeous shade of peachy pink. Most of the flowers are 4" in diameter but range from 3" to 6" and the superb mix of textures and soft colors is stunning and glamorous!


Some of the best holiday tables are the unexpected ones. We say, if you love your pastel palette -- or blues, or grays, etc. -- you can easily make it work wonders during the holidays. Key elements: colorful and artful paper placemats (Versailles shown here), white flour sack towels as napkins, thin velvet ribbon to tie around silverware (preferably tarnished!), frosted naturals napkin rings, and a touch of vintage, to lend the feel of timeless tradition. Any palette at all can be transformed for any seasonal occasion. Happy merry making!


This storage bin organizes your space with extra storage wrapped in a classic look. It's crafted from fabric in a rectangular shape with an open top that makes it easy to toss in socks or toys. The design features a traditional floral print with intricate petals, stems, and leaves on a solid beige background. We love the wooden handles that provide a convenient grip for moving this storage bin from room to room. Plus, if you pick up multiple pieces, they neatly nest together.


Keep clutter under control with this storage box! This storage box strikes a deep rectangular silhouette. Sewn-on handles make maneuvering the box a breeze, while its reinforced sides allow you to stack boxes for space-saving storage. Rounding out the design, a matching lid keeps things covered and the dust from settling. Measures 10'' H x 19'' W x 16'' D, this box can be folded flat when not in use.


Organize any space in your home with this folding storage bin, a versatile design that holds up to 14 pounds of CDs, craft supplies, or other small items strewn about your abode. Made of polypropylene fabric with a paperboard insert, this non-toxic piece is perfect for keeping a child's toys in order. Its solid-hued fabric comes in an array of colors so you can choose one that complements your existing decor, while its convenient handles make it easy to move your things from one room to another.


'APRICOT FANTASY': Elepidote. 'Hotei' x 'Tropicana' (unregistered). Cross (1971) by E.C. Brockenbrough, M.D., Bellevue, WA; raised, named, introduced, and registered by Jeanine P. Smith, Woodinville, WA. Named Best New Hybrid, Seattle Rhododendron Society (1983) and Northwest Hybridizer Group (1985). Flowers fragrant, openly funnel-shaped, 4" across x 2" long, 16-17 per truss, 7-lobed, wavy margins. Strong yellowish pink (40D) buds open to light yellowish pink (29C) flowers with light orange yellow (22D) throat, and moderate yellowish pink (33D) edging, c " wide. Throat and upper three lobes are spotted with vivid red (45A); reverse is moderate yellowish pink (33D). Calyx 1" to 2", light yellowish pink (29C) with vivid red (45A) spotting. Ball-shaped truss, 6" to 7" across x 6" high. Leaves held 2 years, 5" to 6" x 2" to 2", narrowly obovate, convex, apiculate, cuneate, smooth, moderate olive green (137A). Plant upright, moderately-branched, 6' high x 5' wide in 12 years from seed. Blooms mid-May. Plant hardy to at least 0F.


'AVIVA ANN': Elepidote. R. yakushimanum x 'Mars'. Cross and raised by unknown; named, introduced, and registered by Richard Brooks, Concord, MA. Received blue ribbon, MA Chapter show (1985). Flowers widely funnel-shaped, heavy substance, 3" across x 1" long, 15-19 per truss, 5-lobed, wavy margins. Deep purplish pink (55A) buds open to pale purplish pink (56C) flowers shading to strong purplish pink (55B) at edges; reverse also strong purplish pink (55B). Calyx is minute, Ball-shaped truss, 6" across x 5" high. Leaves held 4-5 years, 3" to 5" x 1" to 2", elliptic, convex, acute, rounded, smooth, with thin felt-like hairy indumentum, moderate yellow green (146D), easily rubbed off. Plant low, spreading, dense habit, 4' high x 7' wide in 17 years (from cutting?). Blooms late May. Hardy to at least -17F. (Above colors refer to 1986 RHS Colour Chart)


'DOCTOR ELTON TRUEBLOOD': Elepidote. 'Tom Everett' x 'Joe Brooks' (unregistered Yelton hybrid). Cross (1970) by Dr. Ernest Yelton, Rutherfordton, NC (ARS Seed Exchange seed lot 1971-654); raised, named, introduced, and registered by Jim Todd, Lenoir, NC. Received blue ribbon (1981), Best Unnamed Seedling; ARS Seed Exchange trophy (1986); both at Southeastern Chapter shows. Flowers fragrant, openly funnel-shaped, 3" across x 2" long, as many as 12 per truss, up to 7 lobes, wavy margins. Pale purplish pink (56D) fading to cream white; reverse pale purplish pink (56A); 6 to 7 pale to moderate yellow (161) rays in throat. Calyx minute, green. Ball-shaped, slightly lax truss, 6" across x 4" high. Leaves held 2 years, 5" x 2", elliptic, convex, apiculate, cuneate, glossy, moderate olive green (137B-146A). Plant broad, well-branched, 4' high x 4' wide in 14 years from seed. Blooms mid-May. Plant hardy to at least 0F.


'MARYANN HYATT': Evergreen azalea. 'Elsie Lee' x 'Robin Hill Frosty'. Cross (1973) by Henry R. Schroeder; raised, named, introduced, and registered by Stephen Schroeder (Holly Hills, Inc.), Evansville, IN. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, semi-double, 2" across x 1" long, 11 petals with wavy edges. Strong purplish pink (73B) with rose/brown spotting in lower portion of upper petal. Calyx ", light green. Free flowering. Leaves held 1 year, 1" x ", elliptic, flat, apiculate, cuneate, glossy, dark green, hairy. Plant broad, upright, well-branched, 18" high x 15" wide in 10 years from seed. Blooms in mid-April. Hardy to at least -15F.


'NANCY CAROL': Elepidote. 'Holden' x 'Bob Peters Special'. Cross (1976) and introduced by Ray Carter (Bull Valley Nursery), Aspers, PA; raised, named, and registered by Robert K. Peters, Bendersviíle, PA. Flowers moderately fragrant, openly funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, 15 per truss, 7-lobed, evenly rounded margins. Darker pink buds open to pink flowers having slightly darker double flare in dorsal lobe. No calyx. Dome-shaped truss, 6" across x 6" high. Leaves held 2 years, 5" x 1", elliptic, flat, acute, cuneate, smooth, dull. Plant medium size, dense habit, spreading, free-flowering, 3' high x 3' wide in 10 years from seed. Blooms mid-May. Plant hardy to at least -25F; bud hardy to at least -15F.


'SCHROEDER'S PINK SPLENDOR': Evergreen azalea. 'Purple Splendor' x 'Vuyk's Scarlet'. Cross (1973) by Henry R. Schroeder; raised, named, introduced, and registered by Stephen Schroeder (Holly Hills, Inc.), Evansville, IN. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 2" across x 1" long, 5-lobed with wavy margins. Deep purplish pink (55A) with rose/red spotting in dorsal lobe. Calyx ", light green. Free flowering. Leaves held 1 year, 1" x ", elliptic, flat, apiculate, cuneate, dull, dark green, hairy. Plant broad, rounded, well-branched, 18" high x 24" wide in 10 years from seed. Blooms in late April. Hardy to at least-15F.


'SCHROEDER'S SUNRAY': Evergreen azalea. 'Purple Splendor' x 'Vuyk's Scarlet'. Cross (1973) by Henry R. Schroeder; raised, named, introduced, and registered by Stephen Schroeder (Holly Hills, Inc.), Evansville, IN. Flowers widely funnel-shaped, 1" across x 1" long, 5-lobed with wavy margins. Deep purplish pink (66C) with red/brown spotting in dorsal lobe. Calyx ", light green. Free flowering. Leaves held 1 year, 1" x ", elliptic, flat, mucronate, cuneate, dull, dark green, hairy. Plant rounded, 15" high x 24" wide in 10 years from seed. Blooms in mid-April. Hardy to at least -15F. 041b061a72


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