I was in my backyard and the miniature roses were looking pretty shabby and heavily laden with blossoms. I decided to trim them up and realized I had some beautiful vase material. It got me thinking of days gone by when I would have to use whatever I found in the house that would hold water as a vase because I hadn't invested in vases (food was more important to the budget at the time, lol). The pink roses reminded me of a teapot that my sweet husband purchased for me when we visited Prague during our 25th wedding anniversary "2nd honeymoon". I quickly brought the flowers into the house, dusted off the teapot from the china hutch, added warm water to the pot, trimmed the roses and viole' a beautiful display. The second picture is of a single gladiolas that has been trimmed back for several days, mainly because I can't stand to throw flowers away, and just kept finding smaller containers to display the shortening stem of flowers :)
- Averylee Designs
- We, Peggy and Sheryl, are BFF's (Best Friends Forever)and co-authors of this blog. Our great ethusiasm for life and unwaivering friendship has sustained us through some very challenging health issues that has inspired us to channel our disabilities into unlimitless possibilities ~ thus our blog and Etsy store, www.AveryleeDesigns.etsy.com. We hope that you too are inspired through our blog entries to grow in your own creativity and joyful discoveries. Fun Fact: Our greatest treasure is our grandchildren for which our name is created from. Avery is one of six grandsons that Sheryl has and Rylee is Peggy's granddaughter. If you put the two names together they spell AveRYlee or Averylee...