It was time to rummage through the “extras” bin of supplies this week to see what my imagination could come up with. Sometimes it’s fun to put arrangements together without a precise plan for design. Here are today’s results.
A dark, bulky plastic resin planter from a hobby shop was the first stop for experimentation. I selected the largest blooms in the bin and placed a row of them around the perimeter of the container, then filled in the remaining area with marigolds, small wildflowers, and stems. This would work well as a centerpiece for a late summer table.
A unique basket that’s shaped like an antique truck is hauling a cargo of more large blooms, marigolds, and miscellaneous small flowers.
A bright orange pot I found on a half-price display at the Target store is home to greenery and cheery flowers. This floral cluster is just right to brighten any room.