Thursday, February 18, 2010

Friday's Favourite - Bouquet Transformation

Start with a nice big bouquet of yellow spider mums that look lush and appealing in their vase.  But then a few start to droop and the centres turn brown in some others.  It's time to take the big bouquet apart and make some smaller ones.

 Here's a group of the mums in a small cut glass pitcher on the kitchen table.

A handful in a tall thin crystal vase in the ensuite powder room.

These three in the glass bowl ended up on the window sill over the sink in the kitchen where I could admire them everytime I was cooking or cleaning up.

Here is the original bouquet.  The spider mums were bought at a local grocery store and lasted two weeks in the various containers.

3 comments:

  1. So beautiful! Your vases and arrangenements are all so lovely! I too recently receievd some flowers..and it is so nice to spread thme around in every room..I agree so noce in the kitchen..very uplifting! Wonderful post!
    PS: I love the shot over looking from above..!
    Kiki~

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  2. It always makes me smile when North Americans call these flowers 'mums' while in the UK we call them 'chrysanths'. They are good value though when they last such a long time :-)

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  3. That is such a nice way to brighten up the house..beautiful flowers!

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