I have had a pair of these ceramic pumpkins for some time. They are for potted plants and so have holes in them, but I thought that I would line one with a plastic container and do an arrangement in it. I have seen similar looking containers at Thanksgiving used as serving dishes for soups and such; however, I thought it would make a lovely Thanksgiving piece, albeit the colors are atypical for this time of year. But, then again, I am the first to admit that I don't do things traditionally!
Flowers: garden rose, ranunculus, clematis, sage, eucalyptus, tulip
This is a shallow container, so I have used the eucalyptus to secure the rest of the flowers in the vase.
Begin placing the tulips and the roses.
Place the sage in between the tulips (this arrangement smelled so good).
Add the taller ranunculus stems. I simply love the graceful lines on taller ranunculus within arrangements.
I added the clematis at the end, and used it as a focal point within the arrangement.
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood