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Monday, 27 March 2017

Done in Duplicate


And here is the final product; you can click on the photo for a larger view. The brass pot arrangement will stay with me, while the arrangement in the pedestal vase is destined to go elsewhere. I am really pleased with how they turned out. I also learned quite a bit while making these, so it's win-win all around.

The arrangement was adapted from a Real Life one, changed a little to be suitable in miniature. It's meant to evoke Spring, and I think it does that.

I am now going to waste my time watching television rubbish for a while....

11 comments:

  1. Hi Marijke. I just finished visiting your previous post on how you make the pussy willow branches and now that I see how FABULOUS they and the Forsythia stems look with the roses and iris, I don't know how you could bear to be parted from either of them!
    Two Very Beautiful Spring bouquets :D

    elizabeth

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  2. Gorgeous, Marijke! Just gorgeous! I can hardly wait to see them in person! - Marilyn D., Oromocto, NB

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  3. Unos arreglos florales preciosos:-)

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  4. Your bouquets are gorgeous!!! They really look just like professional florist bouquets!!!

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  5. Thank you all! Your kind comments have encouraged me to keep on trying to make more "fancy" bouquets. This one was, in fact, based on a Real Life bouquet, adapted a bit to suit the miniature version.

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    1. The above post was deleted as it contained an email address; I really appreciated the writer's comment and have replied to her request.

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  7. Such a lovely work!
    They look really stunning and so lovely colors.
    Hugs, Irina

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  8. I just spotted your duplicate floral arrangement in Giac's manor house. Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  9. Thanks, Rhonda, I couldn't mention names until the piece was where it was supposed to go!

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