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Monday, January 15, 2018

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Lisa at Greenbow

A splendid arrangement especially with all the accompaniment. Happy IAVOM. It is snowing here again. Tiny snow that is accumulating.

Ciar

A very pretty winter arrangement. I am enjoying the fact that my winter arrangements of evergreens and seedheads are lasting so much longer than summer vases do!

Cathy

What a great value vase - definitely still full of life. REmind what the red curly bits are...? Your additions really balance the whole display and you seem to have such a natural talent for this

Linda Brazill

Thanks for those kind words. The orangy branches are some variety of curly willow. Since I got them at the grocery store rather than a florist shop, they were not identified. We have a golden curls willow that we've managed to keep as a smallish tree in the garden. But I never cut anything off it in the winter. I suppose I should try it and see how it works.

Loree / danger garden

Lovely, cupid reads as terracotta but it's much more exciting to know he's wooden.

Lea @ Lea's Menagerie

Very pretty!
Have a wonderful week!

Peter/Outlaw

Well done as always, Linda! Interesting how this, now drying arrangement takes on a whole new feel in it's new surroundings.

Kris P

An arrangement that lovely and resilient deserves its time in the spotlight! I'm always impressed by the thought you put into your vignettes.

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