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Monday, January 25, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

I like this plate full of fun finds. A nice nod to Vases on Monday. I too have a big plate full of some blue kugels I hated to put away for the season. Plus I added all the heart ornaments I have collected. A nod to Valentines Day that will be coming up.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — ​You're right. I figure if it has red in it it can go till Feb. 14!

Donna@Gardens Eye View

You always create the most amazing displays....this is fabulous!

Christina

A plate of 'something' is a great way to display some treasures whether from the garden or around the house. This meme is making us all much more inventive isn't it?

Loree / danger garden

An onion...never thought I'd see the day!

Cathy

I really applaud how well you think out of the box Linda - to great effect, as always! Thanks for sharing

Linda from Each Little World

Christina —​I've always loved bringing flowers indoors but you are absolutely right that Cathy's meme​ has made us more inventive. Not sure how much more I can think of to do before snowdrops appear in my garden but we shall see.

Linda from Each Little World

Loree — ​I'm getting desperate. Nothing to cut outdoors and no snowdrops for another month or 6 weeks. Usually they don't appear until St. Pat's.

Kris P

Very enterprising, Linda! It's always interesting to discover how beauty can be created from a mix of disparate materials. Now I have to go take a look at my long-neglected jewelry box for gems of a different kind...

Susie

Hi Linda, I'm a fan of red too. Great use of the found items.

Beth @ PlantPostings

I like it! The earth tones of the pebbles and the vase help the reds of the pomegranates and the onion really pop!

Peter/Outlaw

Wonderful! A great arrangement for this time of year! Great symbolism, too with the seeds and onion, a bulb, reminding us that just below the frozen surface of winter, life lies waiting to burst forth. Come on spring!

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