Lazy Daisy pattern just speaks
I am an extremely busy woman
I am a totally discombobulated old broad!
The bright white daisies and the soft green color
are a perfect look for this time of year.
The interior of each piece is mocha colored and the lids on the coffee pot and creamer are made of wood with brass knobs. The design of the knobs is a giveaway to the mid-century origin.
Tea Coffee Towel reminds us that the bees are a buzzin'. The silver colored bee is a pot sitter from Cracker Barrel.
The silver is International sterling, Stratford pattern,
introduced in 1902 and discontinued, some sources say 30s, some say 50s.
We move to the left side of the sideboard.
Here you will see a pair of ceramic vintage style boots. They are truly vintage because I made them in 1967.
They were a gift to my mother and unfortunately, in time, came back to me. They were matte black with gold eyelets when I gave them to Mom.
I used a pedestal cake plate for lift, added flowers and a snail, pot sitter. The jar of flowers is from the tray of bottles I won from Verbena Cottage.
The Hydrangeas are from my garden. The two colors are from the same bush. I needed small blossoms but they were very hard to find. I think these are really still in the bud stage.
The Daisies are faux as mine are doing poorly.
Sorry, I HAD to have Daisies!
I love the detail in the shoes. At times I forget they are ceramic. The visible creases mimic normal wear.
Also at this end, the footed server and Gerber Daisy dessert plates await the blueberry scones.
The scones arrived shortly after the shoot. They tasted good but were not photo worthy. That's a story for another day, let's just say "lost keys". We won't discuss how many I ate. Bob insisted on storing his extra (American) biscuit with the scones.
I removed the bottle of flowers so you could see more detail in the shoes.
I have always wished I had some shoes like these.
I should have called this post "Ginger Loves Shoes".
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