Friday, December 9, 2011

Wildcrafting, Part 3: Arrangement

This is the last post for the wildcraft projects I made last weekend. I intended to post it yesterday, but Vintage Thursday got in the way :)

Next was an arrangement with the other things I'd brought in from the woods and gardens.


I chose a small brown crock and then put in some woodland ferns,


some of the asparagus berries, a little of some grass that I don't know the name of from my garden, some juniper, cottoneaster, berries from barberry, and a few other things to create this arrangement:

 Putting it together was a process of adding, taking out, moving around, until I was finally satisfied with the result:
 
 Finished!


  And in place on the porch:
  

9 comments:

Jenny said...

This is very pretty. It looks great in your crock.

Mama-Bug said...

That arrangement turned out very pretty in that brown crock. You have loads of talent!

momalizzie said...

I like this arrangement, Suse! It's got alittle piece of your gardens and woods put all together. It's very pretty!!!!

Angela said...

It's beautiful Granny Sue! It's the little touches that just make it so special.

Angel said...

How lovely! Wish I was as talented as you. :)

Andi said...

Well, that looks lovely! I especially like the Peace and Joy stones.

Granny Sue said...

Thank you, friends! Yesterday was storytelling performances so I did not get to post. Today we're hanging lights and *finally* getting the decorations down. After a day of carol singing I am feeling like Christmas now :) First, though, to dust! Can't decorate dirt, as my mother would say.

Ronda said...

Beautiful arrangements! What a great talent!

Country Whispers said...

I like it!
Oh and don't you know dust is just a country "accent". :0)

Also wanted to let you know that Katie picked your name this evening for my giveaway. Congrats! Send me your snail mail and I'll get the cookbooks right out to you.

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