Category: vase within a vase

Hot Cocoa & Marshmallows Whimsical Valentine’s Day Tablescape

I love creating a table or centerpiece to celebrate the holidays and Valentine’s Day is no exception! I’ve had several comments and questions about where my table inspiration comes from. Sometimes it comes from dishes or a tablecloth.  Other times flowers provide the inspiration, but occasionally, it’s a visit to the Dollar Spot at Target!…

Monday Morning Blooms: Winter Nesting Flower Arrangement and Tablescape

Create a ‘Winter Nesting’ Centerpiece for your table or home. This nesting-vase method is a decorative and easy way to hide your floral stems when using a glass vase for a flower arrangement. Customize your arrangement with the ‘filler’ or decorative material of your choice to match your decor or tablesetting. Welcome to Monday Morning…

Floral Friday: Patriotic Flower Arrangement with an American Flag

Memorial Day Weekend is a week away and we’re ready to celebrate the Red, White and Blue! It’s also the third Friday of the month, so I’m joining my blogging friends for Floral Friday! You’ll find their links for more floral inspiration and flower therapy at the bottom of this post. Memorial Day, formerly known as…

DIY St. Patrick’s Day Centerpiece: Blooming and Edible Leprechaun Hat!

The countdown to St. Patrick’s Day has begun and this leprechaun’s hat centerpiece makes a festive and edible centerpiece for your celebration and table! While a leprechaun is hard to catch, this St. Patrick’s Day centerpiece and leprechaun’s hat is easy to capture and create with using clear glass vases, candy and flowers! Here are…

A Cozy Nest and Romantic Table for Valentine’s Day

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, I’m joining group of bloggers for a Romantic Tablescape Blog Hop! Look for the links at the bottom of this post for more romantic and Valentine table inspiration this week through February 9th.  I’ve been nesting this month and set a cozy table for two by our Winter Nesting Tree.  Sparkly snowflakes, silver frosted branches…