Friday, May 20, 2011

Fresh flowers in vintage jars~shabby chic cottage decor

Sorry, no major projects this weekend. I am the chairperson for a huge tag sale at Sami's school. The downfall is that I have to do everything. The upside though is that we vend our own table and can make some money on our own. So, I've been schlepping my stuff there all day today.....

I wanted to add a little color to my space so I decided to use a bunch of the vintage jars I found in the BOTTLE DUMP. I scrubbed every single one to perfection. I added some twine around the body of the bottles with a price tag. My tags are recycled from old business cards with outdated information. I picked ferns, azaelas, lily of the valley, lemon balm, and ajuga to put in each one.

They all came out so pretty. At least if they don't sell, I will have great centerpieces to display at home....





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11 comments:

  1. they look beautiful!!! good luck this weekend! we are both going to do well- i know it!

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  2. So pretty! I hope you make lots of money and have FUN doing it! jules

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  3. Very pretty! I love the twine on them. I'm guessing that you're not going to have any left for a centerpiece at home! :)

    Good luck this weekend!
    Pam

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  4. SO beautiful! Ooooh, Lily of the valley is one of my two favorite flowers (the other being peonies). Good luck today!!!

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  5. my kind of flower arrangement--I would definitely buy one!

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  6. I'm bettin' you sell all of them :) Very pretty..great idea! I would be hoping I didn't sell all of them so I could bring them home..ha.
    Good Luck!

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  7. Very pretty! I hope you do well at the sale.

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  8. beautiful, I would buy one if I visited your sale.

    sue

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  9. I'm sure at the back of your mind you kinda don't want them to sell because you want to put them up in your house.

    -Zane of ontario honey

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