Saturday, October 30, 2010
Flower Arranging And Supplies
Do you like fresh flowers in your home? I do but I can't afford to buy fresh flowers every week. But I trim flowers off my bushes and flowers in the yard during the summer and keep a knot in little vases. I'll pick gardenias, daffodils, marigolds, zinnias, wild flowers, etc.
I have a collection of different sizes of vases. I particularly like vintage vases. I also have a small collection of frogs. Maybe you are like me and have never heard of a flower frog. These are metal, glass or pottery pieces that you put in the bottom of a vase and it holds flower stems secure and in place. Here are flower frogs:
There are other floral supplies that you keep if you arrange fresh or silk flowers such as styrofoam bricks, floral tape, scissors, wire cutters, floral wire, etc.
How do you keep all these things organized?
If you do a lot of floral arranging, then you might want a dedicated space for it. Here are some great examples:
If you can't afford a nice room dedicated to flower arranging, then you can set aside a closet or a cabinet.
Corral all your vases, frogs, floral supplies and store together so you can always find your supplies. You'll probably want several sizes of vases from small, stem, medium sized and large.
Here are some easy, simple and beautiful ideas for arrangements.
Flower vases and floral frogs can be used for other things besides flowers. Here are some ideas:
Use a vase to hold kitchen utensils, a smaller one for the smaller utensils
Use a vase for holding breadsticks or biscottis
Use a vase for holding salt for cooking
A vintage planter/vase by the kitchen sink can hold your sponges and scrubs
A large vase can hold your candles
A vase can hold straws
A vase can hold your sweetener packets
A vase can hold small collections such as marbles, buttons, Olympic pins,
Use a clear glass vase for candle holders
A vase would be a good holder of loose change
Vases in the bathroom can hold qtips, cotton balls, toothbrushes, etc.
A vase would hold office supplies like pens and pencils
My Most Popular Posts
What Are Miniature Pinschers? In this photo you have the Doberman Pinscher (the largest one), the German Pinscher (the medium one) and the...
Sorting Saturday is a daily blogging prompt at Geneabloggers.com used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites....
Does your laundry area look anything like this one? If you were honest, you might have to admit that it really does look like this or, some...
I looked for baby nursery ideas on a Google search. Baby rooms range from small to large so I tried to pick out a wide range. I was looking ...
Those plastic coffee creamer bottles can be reused! You can use them to carry water and juice in just like any water bottle. And you know ho...
Art Nouveau Art Nouveau began in the 1880s as a reaction against the historical emphasis of mid-19th-century art. Art Nouveau is an intern...
For organizing your garage, I found some organizing solutions by doing a Google search. I loved the ideas! Hear is an organizing ide...
Travel Tuesday – Do you have images, quotes or stories about trips your ancestors or family took during their lives? Or have to ventured ou...
A courtyard is an unroofed area that is completely or partially enclosed by walls or buildings, typically one forming part of a castle or la...
Do you have some high ceilings? Do you struggle with how to decorate with such high ceilings? I scoured the Internet for photos of rooms wit...
To contact me, email me at Mom25dogs@gmail.com