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Good morning Mimi, thank you for stopping my Mammabellarte. I wanted to respond to your question but there was no reply e-mail. The signs that say Joy, Cheers and Noel are wooded and they hang from a wire, they could be part of a garland, that's a great idea too. Ciao Rita mammabellarte


I really love this idea! I fact, I was planning to use my antique orange kettle as a flower vase. I thought it would be weird, but after I saw these, I think it is pretty!

Thanks for stopping by at my blog!


Barb~Bella Vista

Flowers and silver...what could be more perfect? Just gorgeous!

Barb ♥


Love this look.


Hi Rita, Thanks so much for coming by. It was my November 2 post on How Do You Feel About Flowers? If you can't respond their please feel free to send me an email. firstcomeflowers@gmail.com


Myric, I say go for it. Be sure to put a glass or plastic cup inside if it is rusty inside the kettle.


Glad you like it Barb. Thanks so much for coming by!


Glad you like it Vikki!


I recall those lovely arrangements and the hours we spent putting them together. The best thing was that every table was unique, since each one had a different piece of silver and a floral arrangement that complemented its shape.

While it may not be practical for a large wedding or event, it's an idea perfect for a bridal shower or tea party, or just a small arrangement on a table where it can be enjoyed on a daily basis.

Calling it Home

Mimi you did an awsome job. I am hopping over to your other post about fake flowers...I am a gardner, but no green thumb inside!


Thanks! I'm sure you'll find some helpful hints in "How To Fool People With Fake Flowers."

Kathryn Griffin

Fantastic tips! Thank you for the visit and the sweet comment @TheDedicatedHouse. It means the world! Hope you have a grand day! Toodles, Kathryn


Kathryn, I'm so glad you stopped by. Flowers in a silver tea or coffee pot is a simple pleasure. Have a wonderful weekend!


Hi Mimi.

I have a pretty silver teapot that can use some flowers.

You left a comment on my blog about where to buy the clear ornaments; they sell them at Michaels.

Since there is no email associated with your user profile, one cannot respond to your questions. Just wanted to let you know.


Mel. Thanks for coming by. Appreciate the source for the ornaments and the tip about the email address. Have a lovely day!

Angela @The Not So Functional Housewife

I love flowers. They look beautiful in a teapot! Thanks for sharing and for stopping by to link up.

The Not So Functional Housewife


I'm so glad you stopped by. Glad to hear you're a flower lover too! Have a wonderful day!

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Great job you people are doing with this website.

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Your site is for sure worth bookmarking.



So glad you enjoyed the post on making flower arrangements in silver pots. They really are quite elegant! Thanks so much for your comment!


Thanks for bookmarking our blog, First Come Flowers. Our goal is to share the joy in living a floral lifestyle and showing others how to create simple flower arrangements for their own enjoyment.

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