The corsages are so pretty! My sweety thought I had lost my mind as I danced around gleefully after bringing them down from the attic. He was busy with really important things like putting new fender flares on his "girl". Can you believe he refers to a jeep as his "girl"?My purpose for climbing into the attic was forgotten! I carefully lifted out each corsage, squishing a few silverfish as I went! icky. Several possibilities for using them to decorate fluttered through my mind. Hmm, should I use them to decorate yet another small tree? Maybe I should pull out my covered cake pedestal and place them inside. What about that apothecary jar that holds the beginnings of my wine cork collection? I finally settled on placing them among my Depression Glass collection. Much of it also belong to my Granny.
The ladies who made these were good! They removed hangers and glued each mini glass ball to a pipe cleaner before including it in the corsage. We can go to the local hobby store and get sprigs already prepared. I love the different color themes used.
Red and silver.
More red and silver.
Red and white.
I have a few more, but the photos were blurry! It was getting dark, and the lighting wasn't good! I guess a failing memory is good for some nice surprises!
Ya'll Come Back! I'll be trying to get better photos of the rest of my sweet corsages. I will also be decorating soon, I promise!