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Wordless Wednesday 138 ~ Easter Blessing

No. 138 ~ Easter Blessing

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Simple Sunday ~ A Five Finger Vase Bouquet

The five-finger vase I found last week is so unusual that I am curious to see how a bouquet looks in it.

So today I’m going to arrange a few blossoms in it.

You may remember this vase from Vintage Fascination No. 119.

I picked out an inexpensive mixed bunch of flowers at the grocery store.

The yellow Gerber daisy is the focal point of the bouquet.

Next, I filled the second fingers.

Then I added flowers in the end fingers but the focal point needed more definition.

So I added a few more flowers in the middle.  The five-fingered vase helped me design a charming spring bouquet.

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Wordless Wednesday 137 ~ Wee Lambs

No. 137 ~ Wee Lambs

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Simple Sunday ~ Easy Easter Cloche

Welcome to Simple Sunday.  I am so glad you joined me today

Today I’m putting together an easy Easter cloche and vignette in the foyer.

First, I gathered a few things to use in my Easter cloche – three cover-less books, cute bunny, vintage Easter postcard, small green flower frog, a bird nest, and some pastel Easter eggs.  Before I began putting the cloche together I placed a twig runner over the chest.

I picked a vintage Easter postcard to include in the cloche held by a little green flower frog.

I sat a little pot of daisies on Easter egg plates beside the cloche

to complete the Easter vignette in the foyer.

The cloche and vignette came together very quickly.

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Wordless Wednesday 136 ~ Sweet Little Lamb

No. 136 ~ Sweet Little Lamb

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Simple Sunday

Welcome back to another edition of Simple Sunday.

 Today I’m going to show you how I put together a quick and easy Easter centerpiece.

Here are the items I am using.  Two little green moss-covered rabbits I picked up while in Florida last month, a bunch of three carrots from Target’s Bullseye’s Playground,  three faux plants (Ikea), three clay pots, two small Daisy plants (Ikea), and a breadboard to pull it all together.

First, I situated the three clay pots on the breadboard.

Then, I added an Ikea plant to each clay pot.

To make room for a carrot in each pot it scooted the leaves around so the carrots fit into the pots.

Next, I added the little moss-covered rabbits.

Then, I added the daisies but I didn’t like the little black pots they came in.  So I added a burlap wrap and tied it with some twine.

So simple and so cute.

Thank you for stopping by today.  Happy Birthday to my youngest today!!

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Simple Sunday

Welcome to Simple Sunday.

I’ve wanted to create a Fairy Garden for a couple of years.  So when Dollar Tree had most of the Fairy Garden supplies I needed it was a sign that the time was right.  My Dollar Tree didn’t have all the pieces I wanted including a fairy, so a trip to a larger Dollar Tree near me is in order.  Today is just a miniature preview.

A white pedestal from my stash serves as a base.  I covered it with moss.

My granddaughter picked out this house.  We actually bought two houses.

A path made of white rocks leads to the Fairy house front door.

A sweet little bench is a perfect place for a Fairy to rest.

The gnomes are on guard until the Fairy comes home.

 Gnomes are protectors

and good luck charms.

Thanks for joining me today!  Coming soon a Fairy Garden Village.

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Blue Willow House Has Gone Fishing

I’m taking a blogging break for the weekend to spend special time with friends and family, but I will be back next week refreshed and renewed.  

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Have a happy and safe Easter holiday weekend. 

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Sharon

Wordless Wednesday 85 – Easter Blessings

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No. 85

From the post Get a Jump on Spring Projects Now

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