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Orange Viking Glass …Floral Friday

The mid 20th century modern style remains popular this year. I’m guessing this is because people see items from the postwar 1940s through the 1960s as representing an optimistic, progressive mindset. The simplicity of modern design makes it adaptable to … Continue reading

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Experiments With Gerberas …Floral Friday

Gerbera jamesonii are some of the most popular cultivated flowers for solitaire or complex arrangements. Although they are also called Gerbera Daisies or Transvaal Daisies, they actually belong to the sunflower family. While the Gerbera capitulum appears to be a … Continue reading

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Dare To Be Blue …Floral Friday

My friend Jonathan stopped by the house just as I was preparing to create some floral arrangements. He noticed that the containers were all rich, blue-colored glass. Jonathan remarked that he knew I love primary colors, but I rarely use … Continue reading

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Orange Viking Glass …Floral Friday

I spent nearly an hour searching Google image files in a vain attempt to identify the name of the long stemmed plant that I used in all three of today’s projects. The package label nor the store’s shelf identifier did … Continue reading

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Three Swung Trios …Floral Friday

I’ll admit that the inspiration for today’s projects came about while listening to the swing jazz trio of Duke Ellington, Charlie Mingus, and Max Roach on a track called “Very Special”. The old jam has that dated, yet fetching early … Continue reading

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