I saw a photo on The Cedar Shake Cape (boxwood in a plant pot, zinc pot with a burlap flower) that gave me the idea to cut some boxwood, bring my zinc plant pots inside, used an Armstrong cheese box for a tray (found in my Dad's shed when I was cleaning it out Friday) and a rooster and hen green salt and pepper (from my Mom's collection). Small treasures.
I also tried a quick bit of February Greenery for the black magazine table. I dry-potted the boxwood. My boxwood Christmas wreath still holds its colour so I didn't worry about the boxwood branches in the pots.
and used one bunch of boxwood in a vignette in my small portable lightbox.
A collage to share with Judith of Lavender Cottage
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