A Christmas Twist on an old JM Project

December 14th, 2012 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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The color on this rose is to die for. It plays very well in the sandbox with Christmas greens!
An old glass lampshade, a three wheeling castor, a hurricane, a candle holder, a candle, floral foam, flowers, and greens. Oopsie doops...forgot the pinecone and the water softener salt.
Set the glass lampshade in the castor. Fits like a glove!
Candle holder is set at the bottom on the shade. 
Next comes the candle...I put a little warm wax in the bottom first. Just saying.
Bring on the hurricane!
Soak the floral and cut to fit around the hurricane. The foam has double duty...holds the flowers and greens while also holding the hurricane in place. Thats a good thing if you are going to be rolling this baby down the table!
I dropped water softener inside the hurricane. It will glisten when the candle is lit and also hides the foam from being seen through the glass. Yet another twofer in this great big world of twofers!
At the base of the piece I threw a few petals and some greens. It is indeed all in the details!
Thge back side of this little pretty!
Deck the halls and fa la la!
The color on this rose is to die for. It plays very well in the sandbox with Christmas greens!

The color on this rose is to die for. It plays very well in the sandbox with Christmas greens!


Now after laying a finger aside of my nose and giving a nod (sorry couldn't rhyme anything) a Christmas arrangement this becomes! Very simple, very festive...and it rolls of course! I would find this to be a highlight! Squirrel! Ah,hahaha!


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Comments (5)

Pfarkelsisters writes: You really do know how to play in a sand box. It is even more fun to play in the sand box with you. Candy for the eyes and the soul. Posted: 4:13 pm on December 16th
suewhitney writes: Thanks you three. You are all too sweet! It means a lot.

Be Well,
Sue

Posted: 7:38 am on December 16th
CottageElements writes: Geo, I thought I was on facebook and tried to like your comment. LOL! NOBODY does do a centerpiece better than Susie Q! You hit the nail on the head. Another one of her many talents!

Lani Posted: 7:06 pm on December 15th
georgiamoon writes: Sue,
NOBODY does a centerpiece better than you do. Always beautiful, always unique and always fabulous....just like YOU!!! Hope you have the most wonderful Holidays!
Love, Georgia Posted: 8:02 am on December 15th
berton718 writes: Sue,
This is so beautiful!! You really make junk look good!! Have a wonderful Holiday Season!!!! Posted: 10:33 pm on December 14th
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