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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Accessorizing Your Plants


I puttered in my studio a little bit this afternoon and came up with 
these cute little vintage bees.  They were brooches in their
former life. ha.  Now they are attached to wooden stakes
and can dress up your indoor plants.

Fun, fun!
They're in the shop today.
Click on the link in my sidebar if you're interested.

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    1. Or would you rather I wrote "Nice post" like R does?

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    2. He does say "Cool post" sometimes. Are you sure you aren't R?
      And I know you're not texting this. ha.

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    3. Oh, I'm quite sure! I'm not R... but I was first! (He was first today on Pat's blog.)

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    4. Nice Post
      Great Post
      Nice Video
      Great Video
      That is about it
      That R can hit

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  2. What a great idea...

    Off to visit Elizabeth ~ haven't seen her for a while with my trip...missed her..she said she missed me too.

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    1. Oh, I know you'll have a nice visit! Enjoy! :)

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  3. What a brilliant idea! I always enjoy seeing your clever creations. I browse your shop quite often, as you know, Sunshine.
    Best of luck selling your little bees. (smiling)

    Admiring you from afar,
    Vince. xo

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    1. Thanks, Vince. Jewelry for your plant. Who knew? ha.

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    2. Obviously you did, darling.

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  4. Accessories are just so fun! And they're even more fun when they're homemade.
    :0)
    You are going to have some very happy plants.

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    1. Oh, I'm not keeping them....they're in the shop, waiting for a lucky customer. :)

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    2. One kitty calendar coming your way! :)

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    1. Actually

      Brilliant busy buzzy bees!! xx

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    2. You do realize that Eddie will not be able to resist taking this and running away with it, don't you? hahaha....

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    3. That's what I'm hoping for! I think that he is probably having a nap after his Friday bus driving though - probably worn out!! xx

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    4. Heaven help us if he comes refreshed from a nap! lol....

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    5. Well, I see, when my back is turned what do I discover? Two 'buzzy bodies' talking about a poor tired 'buzz' driver!!!! LOL
      Fresh out of 'Bees' this morning - sorry - must 'pollinate' the dictionary for some new ones.

      LOL - Must have missed this last night!! Hi Amy. Nice piece of alliteration.

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    6. I wonder if Betsy still has a bee in her bonnet!! LOL
      I wonder how many seconds will elapse before she sends a stinging reply!! LOL

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    7. No bees in my bonnet this morning! haha.. But I must buzz to an auction today! See you tonight!

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    8. Ah! Thought you'd make a beeline for something today!!
      Don't forget tp take your Royal Jelly! lol
      Happy hunting at the auction - CU2Nite

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  6. that was time well spent!!!! beautiful creations,

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  7. Hi Betsy, and happy weekend to you. What a fabulous idea. Cute as can be.

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    1. Aren't they sweet? I'll be on the lookout for more insect pins now. ha.

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  8. Nicely done indeed
    Always creative at your feed
    The cat would eat them and the plant
    Then scurry away like an ant

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    1. My Shadow would eat the plant,
      then all the cats would give a chant
      and bat that bee along the floor
      and when it got lost, ask for more!

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    2. hahaha everything is a toy
      Have to keep on top each ploy

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  9. Great idea - bet you got a real buzz out of doing that project.
    Looks really good.

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    1. Yep....and they turned out bee-utiful! ha.

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    2. Ha Ha I am truly 'stung' by your wit and charm lol.

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    3. Oh honey....you're so sweet. ha!

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    4. Must have been a hive of activity over there today!! ROFL

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    5. Yeah, you'd think I was a worker bee instead of the queen!

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    6. Sorry I'm droning on like this but you are both a queen and a worker ha ha

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    7. And I suppose you're a honey bear? haha.

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    8. Yes I'm a honey bear but hey, guess what!
      All this talk about honey has actually inspired me to eat a honey sandwich and I'm eating it at 2am. Lovely 'grub'
      Turning in now, good night - great fun!

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  10. So cute! Now if only I could keep some plants alive. :)

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    1. maybe they need a good luck charm? haha...that's what I should have called them!

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  11. That's how I like my bees...jeweled and stingless :-)

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    1. Me, too! haha.....and they don't fly.

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    1. Yup - she sure is. "No rest for the weary"... or is it "No rest for the wicked?' Hmmmmm... can never remember. ;-)

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  13. bee jewelry at least will not sting...smiles...
    though i wonder if it works like those fake ducks they float
    on the lake attracting more...smiles.

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    1. uh oh! Never thought of that! A decoy! Yikes!

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  14. Very cute....why not keep just one?
    Enjoy your weekend...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  15. There is no limit to your creativity. These are so cute.

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  16. I love these bees betsy!! I always put in plants cute things like, flowers, kids or birds, love these birds, xxxxx

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