Greeting Station for Little Lass Birthday Party

The Vintage Porch Vignette was a trial run for a greeting station for a sweet girl's 2nd birthday party

The Vintage Porch Vignette was a trial run for a greeting station for a sweet girl’s 2nd birthday party

The secret of these petunias is that they are quite root bound so I was able to put the planter into the bottom section on its side without fear of the contents spilling out.

The secret of these petunias is that they are quite root bound so I was able to put the planter into the bottom section on its side without fear of the contents spilling out.

the tutus are just a handful of tulle with a knot tied in the top and then hot glued to a strip of torn cotton

the tutus are just a handful of tulle with a knot tied in the top and then hot glued to a strip of torn cotton

 A year ago her first word was "flower".

A year ago her first word was “flower”.

 Spring flowers have such rich colour.

Spring flowers have such rich colour.

Older sister volunteered her pink teddy bears for the decorating project.

Older sister volunteered her pink teddy bears for the decorating project.

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As the photograph indicates the birthday girl is ballerina in the making, so a tulle tutu banner was a natural choice.

As the photograph indicates the birthday girl is ballerina in the making, so a tulle tutu banner was a natural choice.

A scrap of white painted wood was perfect for a name sign in this white-based vignette

A scrap of white painted wood was perfect for a name sign in this white-based vignette

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 Vintage teddy bear

The multiple openings in this phonograph cabinet are well suited as a support for a profusion of flowers

The multiple openings in this phonograph cabinet are well suited as a support for a profusion of flowers. I didn’t have time to make a stencil for the “Welcome Friends” message, so I applied stick on letters, painted over top of them and then removed them. There was a lot of bleeding, but I kind of like the flawed look

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