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  1. Where are your tulips and pink flowers from?!
    I love this!

  2. MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says:

    Kate, I just love these adorable rosemary heart topiaries! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this! I am going to make some of these for our kitchen.

  3. Kate – these are gorgeous. I love topiaries and have only done heart shaped ones with ivy back in the day. These are a must try for me. I too cannot believe the rosemary is faux. Lovely job.

  4. These are absolutely adorable, Kate. I’m going to share a link to your project in my weekly recap post tomorrow. I think my readers will love them too!

  5. Kate, I love the look for topiaries, too, but your heart-shaped ones really taking the cake. Your rosemary could have fooled me. These have such a nice, natural look. I love this project. Thank you for sharing it at Celebrate the Holiday.

  6. Kate, I not only love your heart topiaries, but I also love how you styled them on your kitchen island. Perfect for Valentine’s Day decor and beyond. Pinning!

  7. Kate, your heart topiaries are just the best idea for Valentine’s Day! I’m going to have to make some for myself! What a lovely addition to your kitchen!

  8. Oh my goodness! I love these. So much fun hopping with you. Hugs and blessings to you.

  9. Kate, I love these topiaries. The heart shape is perfect with the faux rosemary in the pots. Just love it and want to make some for my home.

  10. Leslie Watkins says:

    Oh, these are beautiful! I can’t believe how realistic they look. I’m a rosemary and topiary lover and need to recreate these.

  11. Hi Kate. I love these! So pretty in the kitchen! Pinned! Fun day for Valentine’s Day inspo.
    laura in Colorado

  12. Teddee Grace says:

    Such a great idea! I’m definitely going to try this…as soon as I can find a grapevine heart shape!

  13. Your rosemary topiaries are so pretty! I love the heart shape!!

  14. I can’t get enough topiaries and these are perfect! I love this idea. Hoping you’ll start linking up at Farmhouse Friday. Love your creativity! pinned.

  15. Your topiaries are absolutely gorgeous and look so real! thanks so much for sharing the DIY, and for linking up with All About Home. I’m featuring this lovely post on Monday evening. Have a great Sunday!

  16. Kate! These are adorable! I need them on my kitchen peninsula.

    Thanks for sharing in Fabulous Friday, otherwise I would still be blindly going through life totally unaware that my life will be so much richer with a trio of heart topiaries.
    Seriously, I am so into these.

  17. I love these adorable heart topiaries! I’ve made lots of faux topiaries before, but never a heart one. Such a great idea!
    And thanks so much for joining our Fabulous Friday Link Party!

  18. Hey, Kate! It’s Julie! LOVE these topiaries… and your photos are awesome! We hope to see you at Tuesday Turn About this week! The party closes tonight at midnightCST and we reopen on Tuesdays at 5pm CST! Hope to see you there! Pinned!

  19. I love this idea. Thank you so much for linking up with Fabulous Friday Link Party! We sure appreciate you, Hugs and blessings to you.

  20. I would have never guessed that this topiary wasn’t made from a live plant! So simple and so elegant – I love it and pinned this post 🙂

  21. What a delicious-smelling decor idea! I love gardening and will have to keep future decor plans like this in mind!

  22. I love a good topiary and this one is perfect. You did an amazing job and they look wonderful in your beautiful home.

  23. So lovely and you’re right that the ‘rosemary’ looks real! Fakes are getting so good.

  24. I’m a gardener, who loves rosemary and grows some outside. Haven’t tried a topiary in the garden but your design would be fun to try and pop along the sidewalk patch for V Day. Thanks!

    1. You’ll have to let me know if you make a real rosemary topiary. Although I work in the yard a good bit, I don’t consider myself a gardener and probably wouldn’t be able to make the real thing!

  25. Nancy Carroll says:

    Gorgeous!!! I love these! Adding the potting soil is the perfect touch for making them look alive!!!

  26. These are SO pretty, Kate! I definitely want to make some for myself. The greenery that you used looks exactly like rosemary – I couldn’t believe that it’s faux. Where did you get those gorgeous roses?

  27. Hi Kate,
    Your topiaries look beautiful. And at first glance I never would have guessed that it wasn’t real rosemary you used.
    I love this subtle Valentines decor.