Thursday, July 11, 2013

COLLECTING VASES



For the last few years I have been picking up vases at
 thrift shops, in antique malls and wherever the price is right!
You can find many that came from flower shops for
 25- 50 cents to a dollar at yard sales.







If you have a garden, even a small one like me, you can use them for your lovely flowers!



I find that lidless teapots make great vases and pitchers do too!

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6 comments:

Michele said...

Your "vases" are beautiful!

I agree- those lidless teapots make the best flower holders around!

You have such beautiful bounty from your garden!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Your teapots and regular vases are pretty Bernideen. You can also put a jar or other waterproof container inside something else to still use it for flowers.
Judith

ellen b. said...

I enjoy the extra interest that the teapots and creamers give...

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

I love the teapots and pitchers that you are using for vases. The problem for me is finding them! Nancy

Sandra said...

Beautiful! I have used pitchers for flowers but never thought of lidless teapots...thanks for the idea.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Angela McRae said...

I have used these beheaded pieces for vases as well, and I agree they make lovely containers. Plus, the price is always right!