12 March 2009

Birdcage Flower Garden and Forcing Spring Flowers

This is probably the beginning of an addiction to Birdcages. I am on the hunt not for bigger ones. It's all Joanne's fault from My Little Cottage In The Making. She took pictures of some from a shop in her area and I was hooked.  

And my paperwhites are blooming and smelling heavenly. 

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Jackie said...

Love your birdcage!! I just redid my second one, will have pics of it soon.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I am with you on the birdcages. Everytime I see one in a shop, I have to go check it out.

Allidink said...

LOL cute birdcage! The flowers look great.

All the best,

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Shall we hunt together? :)

Sophee-a Laroo Bijoux and Sheri too said...

Love your bird cages and your baby...your Santos hands and crown too!!!! I love it all :0)

You have been finding some great stuff lately...would love to shop with you!

Joanne Kennedy said...

Oh sure! Blame me. LOL I love the way yours came out once you planted it. It looks like the ones at the shop that sold for over $100. Very cute.

I can see it now, everyone is going to be fighting over the bird cages at the thrift stores now. No birds will have homes because everyone is planting the cages now. LOL



Hi Glenda,
Yes, birdcages are so much fun to decorate with. I read some past posts and how fun that you went antiquing with Cindy.
I'm hoping to meet someone from blogland someday:)
Crafting today and reading blogs in between.
Take care.

Femin Susan said...

Wow, those are such gorgeous shots!
Cheers and best wishes.

Holly said...

Awesome flowers! It's just getting into winter over here. :(

Neabear said...

Hey, that is really cool. I like that idea. I just hope the birdcages don't disappear before I can get one. Now I need to check other blogs who have them and see how everyone else did it.

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