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Monday, June 13, 2016

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Susie

The etched glass bowl is beautiful and I like the way you've highlighted it today with Clematis 'Niobe' and fruit.

Eliza waters

A lovely acquisition! I would have fallen for it, too. Etched glass is so pretty.

Donna@Gardens Eye View

Wow...I would have to have that bowl too...it is exquisite and a perfect vase!

Loree / danger garden

Pretty! And now I'm craving cherries...

Kris P

It is a lovely bowl and I can see why you grabbed it up. The clematis bloom makes the fruit look all the more inviting.

Amelia

That is pretty neat! Love the combination.

Cathy

What an elegant arrangement! The glass bowl is lovely - perfect for placing flowers that need looking down on. :)

Christina

What a beautiful bowl, it will enhance anything you put in it.

Cathy

Clever positioning Linda, with the glass table and the reflection too. A fascinating bowl, with such skilled etching, and you have included perfectly complementing clematis, cherries and peach - such an artistic touch

Alain

What a lovely thing. It will work very well with a frog for tulips or a Japanese pin holder.

Lisa at Greenbow

Beautiful bowl and lovely arrangement.

Peter/Outlaw

Hooray for falling prey to temptation. You did it in such a pretty way! Love the bowl and your arrangement!

Cathy Thompson

Such a lovely little bowl to set on your table - congratulations for finding it was still for sale and for the imaginative use you've put it to! Hope you have many more years of pleasure (and that we see it many times again!)

Anna

You must have been so delighted that the bowl was still there waiting for you to return Linda. It must have had your name on all along. Your arrangement looks most inviting. A great bowl too for floating flowers.

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