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June 1, 2011

Inspiration from another blogger!

Inspiration from another blogger's post!

I saw this picture on Vignette Design's 
recent post and it sparked an idea for me.
As soon as I saw the moss in this picture 
with the small clay pot I was inspired
A while ago I bought this bowl at Pier 1 
Imports for a display I had in a cabinet.
 Since then I've made changes and the 
bowl has been floating around looking for 
a home!  I recently acquired this little 
faux plant from Pottery Barn but hadn't 
decided where it was going to be put.
When I saw the moss it inspired me to 
merge the new plant with this bowl
and use the moss to accessorize it!
I went to my little box of deco 
accessories where I had a bag of 
sponge moss * pieces......
 I placed some moss on the bottom to 
raise the little pot higher and then filled 
in the sides with the moss! 
*I think it's actually called Reindeer Moss
I set it in my kitchen window and with the 
sunlight on it you'd think it was real! 


10 comments:

  1. Love it Liz. Always so much fun to get inspiration out there.

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  2. Looks great Liz! There's nothing like moss to gussy things up! ~Delores

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  3. Very Pretty Liz! I love to work with moss too I use a cake plate and made a summer arrangement with moss, flowers a bird nest and a cute little bird I love it!

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  4. Isn't Delores the best for inspiration!? I love what you have done, Liz. It looks terrific! I bet it makes you happy each time you see it! We had a real nice weekend, a family picnic on Sun. and Mon. we were REAL lazy, too hot to do a thing:):) XO, Pinky

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  5. I love Delores' blog. She's so classy! Regarding moss...I always stuff it in plants too...both Spanish moss, the really green kind that I collect from the woods, and a new soft moss called reindeer moss.

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  6. I think that's what this sponge like moss probably is called Reindeer Moss.. I couldn't find the name so I just called it sponge moss!

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  7. Hi lovely lady.
    I love using the green moss also Liz, you did a Beautiful job so sweet. I hope you have a Great Day.
    XXOOO Diane

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  8. I agree with you, Liz - it does look real! I love your planter. You have a wonderful eye. The moss is the perfect finishing touch.

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  9. love the silver bowl Liz! and I'm a huge lover of all moss... strange, I know, but true;)

    joan

    p.s. thank you for your sweet comment about the mag!

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  10. Oh that is cute! :) I love to adapt all the great ideas out there to my home! It is one of the best things about blogging! Aside from meeting new friends. :)

    ~Liz

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