Sunday, August 1, 2010

What Happens When You Don't Have a Lid...

I found a great coffee pot at Goodwill the other day.

The only thing about my coffee pot was that it had no lid. 

So, what do you do when something has no lid, but really needs one to make it look complete?


First, you pick a beautiful hydranga bloom off of a hotel bush as you are leaving the parking lot.  Then you drive five hours home and hope it doesn't get smushed between your luggage.  Next, you place it in the top of the unlidded little beauty and viola, problem solved.

What would you have done?

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19 comments:

afistfullofweeds* said...

LOL...Just did the same thing!!

Melanie said...

A perfect solution, Amy!

I am so happy to know that I am not the only person that would drive 5 hours with a flower in tow... the things we do to make our home happy.:)

Have a lovely week!
Melanie

Chateau Chic Boutique said...

If I saw that beautiful hydrangea, that's EXACTLY what I would have done! It was meant to find its home in that lovely silver coffee pot. Great display! I don't remember seeing such a vibrant green one like that. Beautiful!

Blessings,
Missy
ChateauChicBoutique.blogspot.com
OneBlessedMommie.blogspot.com

Burlap Luxe said...

Amy,
Thank you for your beautiful visit, I love your header picture, enjoying your music, God is so much bigger then mans junk is he not!
I am blessed that you have found me and I then could find you!

I had that same 1st song on my music list with Breathe whe I was first blogging fo sometime. I am ready to add it back :)

Thank you for spreading the word!
xx
Blessing through him.
Dore

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage and Junkologie said...

That looks stunning! Good eye, Amy!

Barbara Jean said...

Sounds perfect to me.

blessings

barbara jean

Tara said...

Amy, free flowers always look the lovliest..xx

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Oh you naughty girl ;-) It looks beautiful!
Blessings,
Marcia

Heidi said...

LOL! Love the hotel clipping! And I love the patina on that thing!

Debbie said...

I HOPE I would have done the same thing! The best part is that hydrangeas dry so beautifully that it can just stay there as long as you want it to.

I can't think of another flower that dries as pretty as the hydrangea.

sissie said...

Hi Amy,
I would have done the same thing! It looks wonderful. I also like your new header photo.

hugs
Sissie

Red Door Home said...

Love your "lid." A great solution! Add me to the list of people who would have done the same thing!

Shannon said...

Hi Mrs. Amy,
I love what you did...hydrangeas are so pretty! Your new template and header looks great, by the way!
See you this week at co-op. :-)
Love,
Shannon

Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures said...

I love love love it. So pretty.

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Amy,
How beautiful!!! And I love your blog...wow, I hope that you will join my Creative Spirit challenge next Sunday--it's the first one....you're welcome to post anything, including something you've posted before...Hugs,
Cindy
xoxox

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh Amy,
I am back because I just saw your post--so nice to meet you!!!
Hugs and blessings,
Cindy

the wild raspberry said...

that is one lovely lid...probably prettier than the original.
your header is breathtaking as well.

ahhhhh.

have a great day~
chas

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Brilliant! I've done the same thing, too. :-)

Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Hugs,
Anne

Marianne@Songbird said...

Same thing. Flowers are the best lids. In fact I have one or too cans with lids and the lid always gets in the way when I put flowers in the can.
Good on you for safely bringing that beautiful Hortensia home with you.