Friday, May 16, 2008

Red Roses in Milk Glass



Never getting tired of this line of vases down the dining table--this time with roses from the Composer.

8 comments:

Mrs. Mordecai said...

I love your vases! I picked up a few for 50 cents each a few weeks ago. They look so pretty. Thanks for the great ideas.

Laura said...

Lovely roses, and lovely vases! I myself currently have a row of them in my room, from various recitals.
You seem to have such an eye for beauty, and such a gift for showing it to us! Thank you.

God's blessings.

Renna said...

They look lovely. :-)

Vera said...

Hello! I love reading your blog. It is beautiful and quite inspiring to me. I wonder if you'd be willing to share some thoughts about creativity and productivity amid the demands of homeschooling several children. (I also have 5 dc and a legal background but I don't seem to manage my time as well as you do :))
I'm sure you're busy---just a "topic thought" if you're interested in sharing!

Mand said...

Like Vera, I too am always impressed at how much you seem to achieve. Please do give tips on time management. I had resigned myself to thinking either you are born withit or not. My talents lie in cooking and creative play with my children but I always struggle to keep my house as beautiful as I would like it to be. Your blog is the inspiration that makes me want to keep trying to improve. Thanks Anna!

Marfa said...

Beautiful...I can't seem to take such wonderful photos that let so much light in!

Mim said...

The linen you've used for the aprons I have found wonderful for throw pillows. I sew with a 1 1/2 -2" flange, with a deep overlay on back.I use only down or feather for my pillow inserts. I prefer the natural linen color but have found the white and also black. Love the repurposed linen.
Mim

Jackie said...

Every time I take a picture these days, I say to myself, "Hmmmm, I wonder how PVS would angle this? I wonder if I'm getting enough color?"

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