This time of year I find myself clipping Hydrangea's at an alarming rate. I can never quite bring myself to clip any during the summer. But now it seems I have to do it fast before they all go bad.
I clipped a handful of Limelight Hydrangeas to make a simple centerpiece for the dinning room table. First I laid a new lace tablecloth on the table that I hope will work perfect for Thanksgiving - just to try it out. LOL.
Then placed a simple footed cutting board on top.
To hold the Hydrangea's a new glass jug was called in to help.
I adore it's wire and wood handle.
And of course the pretty etching on the sides is a nice detail too. I have know idea what this jug was used for in the past, but when I found it at the thrift store I knew it would be perfect for flowers.
For the kitchen, I clipped a handful of Annabelle Hydrangea's that have turned to their pretty autumn green color.
The flowers look so pretty resting in a mini bushel basket and sitting on my vintage step stool.
It seems to me it's the perfect pairing.