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Monday, December 07, 2015


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What a fun vase and you're right, it fits perfectly where you plunked it.

Lisa at Greenbow

This happens time and again when you see something you really like go ahead and purchase it because there will be a place for it.


Oh my. LOVE that vase. And I must get to Dillon. I've seen it and can walk there. We need an outing... but probably after the new year?

Donna@Gardens Eye View

What an adorable vase and it does fit perfectly....I really do need to do something to make it easier to find my tools....I am forever throwing them away in the compost pile.

Loree / danger garden

That vase was a great find, and of course you can always use another great vase - especially when it looks so at home with your artwork.

I have a small pair of Ikebana clippers that I've had for 13 years now. The only reason they've stayed with me this long? They have bright red handles.

Kris P

Ha! This is a first but I like it! It's a wonderful little vase and complements your mantle and the surrounding art well. Empty containers serve nicely in the garden as ornaments and the same goes for empty vases in the house.


You have some lovely stylish things - and what a pretty vase this is. Probably a first too - a vase with no flowers! But why not? You would if you could, I am sure ;)


A very stylish vase...and very beautiful snippers too. I so agree with you about bright tools...I try to put my tools in a central place...and have even been known to empty the green recycling bin to check that my cutters have not ended there. So please your snippers and you were reunited...I can just imagine the feeling you had.

Cath from Absent Gardener

Lovely vase, and a good idea about the pink ribbon. I will try it. Some of my favourite tools have plain wooden handles which I like, but as you say they blend in. That said I did manage to lose one of my wolfgarten handles which is bright red. :)

Ann @ Ann Edwards Photography

I love your new vase which matches your stunning interior perfectly. A great tip for tools too which I will pass on to my gardening friends!

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