Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Floral Inspiration

This week I am using Martha Stewart Living magazine - January 2009, as inspiration for a floral bouquet. The magazine includes floral arrangements for each month of the year. This is September:
I used my silver - brushed urn and picked leaves and branches from our garden. This is what I came up with:

Debbiedoos is having a magazine copycat event this week so I'm taking part. I hope you will visit her blog and see all the lovely copycats over there!

10 comments:

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜@ Debbiedoos blogging and blabbing said...

Millie, that is fantastic!~ I love your twist on it, and the fact that you had an older magazine that you found with inspiration in it. I bet no one can copy your copy! So far I have not seen any duplicates, which is so fun and refreshing. Thanks for participating in the fun. ENJOY!~

Gail said...

O'Millie you did great! I love your urn.

Enjoy your evening,
Gail

Loui♥ said...

wow!!
absolutely beautiful!!
love it!!
hugs..
Loui♥

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Beautiful flowers! I love your look so much! Great job.

Shirley said...

Oh Millie, Dont you just love working with florals..I could make arragements every day! As a hobby of course..no pressure..This is lovely..I like your better...
Enjoy time..

Jacqueline said...

Wow, the vibrant colors in your floral are just amazing. I should do that. I pull out pictures of florals and then never do them, but I could sure copy cat them in silks. What a fun party this has been!

Debbie said...

I'm currently looking through a pile of older magazines for some inspiration. Too bad I don't have that one with the floral arrangements. Yours is beautiful, and I love your urn.

Jo said...

Hey Millie,I'm newest follower,I love your arrangement Martha Stewart ain't got nothing on you my friend,your copy cat looks way better than the mag,I also enjoyed the post about your Mother,love the photo's,so sweet.
~JO

Tee said...

Wow! Fabulous job.

Toni said...

That is really pretty. Love the urn. The only thing still blooming in my yard are the encore azaelas.