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September 25, 2015 § 29 Comments
birch vase holds
blooms and departures
the fall bouquet
Tagged: birch, birch bark, blooms, bouquet, departures, fall flowers, flower arranging, flowers, picked from the garden, season change, shadow, still life, vase
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Beautiful vase. Quite a change to see one of your photos contained indoors. 😉
Flowers for my wife.
What a wonderful idea for a vase.
That vase certainly would go nicely with my birch candles. I’ve never seen a birch vase. it’s as lovely as the flowers it holds — a distinctly “old-fashioned” arrangement that looks to have come straight from the picking garden.
Thanks. Yes, it all came from the garden. The most satisfying kind of arrangement (in my mind).
Very cool and original idea for a vase
We have a phrase (the Yankee credo) – “use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without”. I like it because it inspirits me to be inventive.
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A lovely bouquet from your yard! And love the birch vase! 😊
Thanks Jill. So much late summer color left!
Love this photo!
Beautiful arrangement and I love the birch vase – such a great idea!
I must admit I’
ve become a bit of a birch bark hoarder. Hard to pass up any piece I find on the ground. Makes a lovely container for dried arrangements too.
Ha, I know what you mean. The bark is among the most beautiful in the forest. Using found pieces for art display is brilliant! I know a man who makes clocks and his birch ones are sooo beautiful. A bit out of my price range unfortunately. 😦
Smells lovely 🙂
Beautiful flower arrangement, and the vase is truly unique!
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Very beautiful photo.
very lovely and inspiriting. jlheman1945
Very lovely. I always want more and that is a great compliment. And the pictures really do say if without requiring that huge number of words.Jlheman1945 come to my blog. I need some readers, and I think you would like it.
Really like this 🙂 Such beautiful colours and I love the birch vase
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