Monday, January 10, 2011

TAKE A GANDER AT THIS GOOSE!!!

Reposting a favorite for Katherine's Corner
first ever 
"Favorite Things "blog hop Here!


AND A FINE GOOSE IS SHE!!

Wanted to share this week's free flowers.
You can read more about my free flowers 
Sweet Old Bob came home from his grocery shopping
with these!

My sweet goose tureen is today's container
Isn't she beautiful? She's really giving me the eye!
I've never used her for soup
She is really a versatile lady.
I know I am going to need more material 
to satisfy her appetite!
Let's see what I can find outside.
We had some really cold days in December,
don't know what I can come up with.





Not much to choose from. A little pine, ivy, fern, lavender, jasmine and holly. That will do.

Let's get started a purple fellow here and a yellow blossom here. It's coming along


Don't know what this is but I sure like it.
She's getting pine for tail feathers. 

Let's see, I am really liking her now.
Just a little more preening!
Can't tell any difference can you? I can.
I think Miss Goosey will like it by the window.
Let's see how much you weigh. 
You did well over the Holidays.
Love your pine tail feathers!
I really like those green fuzzies!
Yes, she's a fine lady indeed!

Sooooo, free flowers, a little yard trash
and Miss Goosey.  Look BOB!
He loves to see how his flowers turn out.

WHATTA YOU THINK?

Now that's another thrifty centerpiece!

Please join me and the following gracious hostesses:

























30 comments:

mississippi artist said...

I love your arrangement. I do the flowers for our church and community arts affairs, so I am always looking for thrifty-especially in the winter when nothing is blooming in my yard.I often add greenery from my garden to store bought bouquets.Isn't it fun to use containers not meant for flowers.

Martha said...

A beautiful arrangement -- you certainly have a talent for it! And I love the goose container!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Lovin' your goose, it turned out great! I have to start shopping where Bob does:@)

Jo said...

Granny Ginger, you are a pro!!!
Have you been "moonlighting" at a florist.
Sooooo pretty!...you sure got a Sweet O'B.
He does the grocery shopping AND brings you flowers...you both are a blessing!..glad to call yall friends.

Jo
LazyonLoblolly

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I love the arrangement! Very cute. I went and read about the free flowers and I love that story!

House Revivals said...

What a beautiful arrangement-- thanks for showing us how you put it together! That is a neat container, too! I never would never have guessed it was a tureen :)
~Amanda

annh said...

Wow! such beautiful flowers and a great arrangement in an unusual container.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Ginger, I think she's as cute as can be!

One of my favorite arrangements we did in swan topiaries for a charity event, and I used them again for my 25th anniversary party some years ago. You did a super job, and I can see that being a super cute centerpiece for a spring tablescape, too.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Laura Wilkerson said...

Your goose is adorable but not as adorable as your "Sweet Bob". Does he know he's got a big fan club going on out here? :)

Shelia said...

I love your little Miss Goosie too! The arrangement you've made for her is gorgeous! You've done an outstanding job.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Donnie said...

I love how your arrangement came out. Very pretty.

Sherry said...

Ginger,
That is really pretty. I like how you added all those goodies to that. Thanks for putting the button on. :)
Sherry

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Your arrangement turned out beautiful! Love the goose.
Hugs,
Sherry

T's Daily Treasures said...

That is a lovely arrangement indeed. And sweet Ms. Goosey looks so much better all decked out with flowers and greenery than she ever would with a belly full of gravy!

Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the world. Best wishes, Tammy

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

You know that BOB is a real keeper! So is the goose...duck, BOB goose, take em all. Pretty flowers. You are on the list Ginger, I will give you details as they emerge! XXXooo

Farah Muzaffar said...

Hi Ginger, its so cute, I am sure that Ms Goosey will be very happy with such a nice and fresh looking arrangement... love the colour combination of your flowers and a very warm buck up that in that harsh weather you picked some nice material... lovely...
http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
Love
Farah

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh this is so pretty and such a beautiful arrangement. What a great use of the duck and displayed on the scale is stunning. Love it. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

pam said...

Ginger, your arrangement is absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful job!Thanks for stopping by my blog and for grabbing a button! It's been a long time since I made mine, but I just googled " how to make a grab button" and searched for a site where I could understand the directions! The first thing you have to do is make the design of a button- I made mine in Paint. Mine is just a photograph with my name on it. After I saved my new button pic as a photo, I followed the instructions for the code on a website. Hope that helps!

Betsy said...

Use what you have, right? She's so pretty with those beautiful flowers from your wonderful Bob, and I love what you found out in your yard. She looks so cute sitting up there on the scale. Thanks for the inspiration.

Linda said...

I love what you did with the flowers Sweet Bob brought you! They brightened my day!!

Pam said...

That goose is a hoot. Who would think his head would pop off and be the spoon. Very pretty arrangement.

xinex said...

What a neat tureen with the ladle as the goose head and neck. You made a very pretty flower arrangement and it just gave me an idea, thanks! I am going to cut some holly berries outside and put them in a tureen too....Christine

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Ginger, that tureen filled with those flowers and greenery is perfect. Love the pine feathers tail. Would love to have you join my party, too.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Ginger, thanks for joining the party. That is just so darn cute.

Kim @ Second Time Furniture said...

That Bob~ what a guy! You did a lovely arrangement! :)

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

Isn't that just the prettiest thing I have seen!! Love it!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. Your arrangement is Beautiful so sweet looking.~~come see my new Tablescape.
Diane

the cape on the corner said...

what a great arrangement, those colors are really popping. and what ARE those green fuzzy ones? they are so different!

NanaDiana said...

Hi Ginger~ You don't know me-YET..But I just got an award for blogging and decided I would pass the award along to the first 7 people that asked Debbie to feature them. So, if you get a chance, pop by my blog tomorrow and pick up your award. I have a link going to your blog there. I am signing up here as your newest follower. I am still growing so I am not a "big blog" but I do have a good solid following of people that respond so you might get some new followers. And, please sign up as a follower for me too. I am looking forward to following you and getting to know you- Hugs- Diana

Jane, Naples, Florida said...

Love your adorable Goose filled with flowers!
Fun! Thank you for visiting Flora Doora and
becoming a follower. I am happy to have found
your blog...it's wonderful!

Jane
Flora Doora

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