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 @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Your "vases" are beautiful!

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

You have such beautiful bounty from your garden!

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!