. After a surprise snow fall this week, I am desperate for spring colors. We had just decided to put away the snow blower- big mistake- and my bulbs were beginning to emerge from the ground. And surprise- Monday morning I awoke to 6 inches of snow. Rather than cry, I decided to create arrangements of spring in some of my favorite containers- all with graphics. There is something very appealing about beautiful labels, especially ones from the past. Plus they add another interesting dimension to an arrangement-
Miniature orchids and a ferny moss in a wine basket.
A vintage champagne bucket with a beautiful label.
Love the contrast of the bright green and white muscari in the black champagne bucket.
Gold on black - you can't go wrong!
A silver loving cup filled with maidenhair fern, moss, eggs in a nest and muscari
A tussie mussie in an old trophy that "Fannie" won years ago.
Beautiful label on the bottle of Armagnac too!
A single perfect rose in an old apothecary jar. Much more interesting than
a single rose in a bud vase- right?
A little bit of color inside as winter lingers on and on and on.