Tessie took one look at it and said, "This is my bathroom? Yuck!!"
I had to explain that I had plans for the pieces. "They won't look like that when I am finished, Tessie. Honest!"
I love the Chrysenbon as a jumping off point. They can be fancied up in all kinds of ways. Just wait and see.
Meanwhile, back in the family room, my junk for flowers was still sitting out, waiting to be used.
This one is a fast and easy plant if you have one of the tiny flower punches. Grab a pot, bend a wire. Glue it in the pot and start covering the top half with the tiny flowers that have been cupped. I just smear glue on it and start picking up the flowers with tweezers and filling the top up as much as possible.
Then cut about five long blade shaped green leaves. Curl them with your scissors. Stick them around the stem with white glue. Sprinkle a bit of dirt to cover the glue.and you are done.... Hyacinth in a jiffy. You can make them in whatever color you want. I just happened to have purple.
The other two flowers in the photo are another very old, very faded Hyacinth and a generic daisy type flower that I whipped up with one of the flower punches. Three layers were pierced in the center and strung on a piece of wire. The top end was painted brown and leaves stuck on.
More instant flowers. All you need is the right punches.
See you tomorrow.