Floral Friday The 13th

The superstitious among us might not be conducting business or undergoing a medical procedure today. The rest of us have fun with days that fall on Friday the 13th.  I fall in the latter category.

If Friday the 13th even gives you a slight twinge, never fear, today’s arrangements have nothing inately to do with the number 13.  However, I did slightly tilt the camera and crossed my fingers just for good luck.

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The Royal Copley salt cellar wallpocket has long been an accent in my kitchen.  Every so often it gets an update. This time I decided to experiment with the color scheme. It’s as varied as the shapes of the blooms.

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The brass cup is from the “Arlen Trophy Company, Brooklyn, N.Y.”  The piece long ago parted with the rest of the trophy, so I can only guess at what it once awarded.  A somewhat spartan arrangement that features yellow lilies harkens back to days gone by.

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The orange Ikebana dish is simply marked, “Made in Canada”. Even though it is made from semi-flexible plastic, I like the container.  The red orchids provide a counterpoint to the greens and orange scheme.

Maybe one of these images will provide the good luck needed to inspire your own creative projects today.

Ciao
J 7-1-01The Blue Jay of Happiness says yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery. Today is Friday the 13th.

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About swabby429

An eclectic guy who likes to observe the world around him and comment about those observations.
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