Sunday, 4 September 2011

Today's Flowers #159 Teapot flowers

 I have small teapot that is chipped and cannot be used to make tea any more. Rather than throw it out I decided to use it for flowers.
Pansies, pinks and perennial geraniums make a pleasing display, to my eyes, anyway J
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22 comments:

  1. A great way to reuse the teapot and I for one think your color combo is very striking!

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  2. Beautiful arrangement Janice, and love the fact that you have used your teapot. I have a little elephant teapot and I broke its lid recently. I think I know what I am going to do with it now. Thank you for this lovely idea, and thank you for sharing these beautiful blooms with Today's Flowers.

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  3. Hehe ! that's funny I have done that too ! It looks very nice !

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  4. What a creative idea! The flowers look good.

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  5. Lovely bouquet, neatly arranged too.

    My share for today's flower, have a blessed Sunday!

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  6. Gorgeous flowers and a great use for the teapot!

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  7. It's lovely, Janice. I love pansies and pinks, and the perennial geraniums are so dainty, too.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. Definitely a good use for this teapot, to hold such beauty.

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  9. Perfect choices for that dear little tea pot! I do the same for creamers; just can't throw them out.
    Is your garden still blooming?

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  10. Beautiful and creative way to recycle.

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  11. That's great idea! Your bouquet of blooms look absolutely gorgeous in your cracked teapot!

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  12. That's making good use of damaged goods. It would be hard to throw out such a decorative pot, (not to mention it might have sentimental value ... I imagine it brewed quite a few cups of tea over the years ...)

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  13. Wonderful, the little teapot has a whole new life. The flowers are beautiful.

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  14. Very innovative way of doing things. You would enjoy more improvising and it saves time and money!

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  15. Beautiful! What a great idea. :-)

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  16. Oh, that's a wonderful idea. I love the vibrant colours.

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  17. Tea pot fflowers are very beautiful. The flowers by Bird's -eye view is stunning besutiful.

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  18. The colors set off beautifully in that white teapot!

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  19. I think it makes a lovely display too!

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