Happy Monday! My husband has an antique corned beef box that I've had my eye on for some time, and this past weekend I decided to act upon my urge and put together a spring arrangement using it as the vessel. Old containers, like the vintage cans from last week, make for great looking arrangements with a bit of eclectic flair. One doesn't usually associate corned beef and flowers, but I rather like the unexpectedness. You'll notice that box is just for aesthetics, and a glass (or plastic) container/vase must be placed inside.
What you'll need:
I mistakenly left out one of the ingredients in the overview shot - agonis (leaves) - but you'll see them make an appearance in these next few shots.
The white garden roses smell amazing, and I am enjoying this box in our breakfast room, where we spend most of our time.
Thanks to Valerie Teele for the use of her lovely living room in the first picture. All photography by N. Underwood for Naked Bouquet