Monday, August 15, 2016

New Blue Paris Flask Pot

So, I took a better photo of the blue paris flask pot which was sold shortly after I've listed it. ((Thank you!!! You know who you are!!) I'm glad I'm able to take a nicer shot of my bouquet of flowers in this blue paris flask pot.


I'm sure to make another blue flask pot - no special reason. I just love the color!! :)


I'm excited for my new ribbons to arrive. I needed more colors to work with, and made the expensive purchase. The ribbons were hard to source for, but worth every penny in my opinion.

6 comments:

love♥bora said...

Oooooooh, SO gorgeous!!! <3 I've got the blues!! I'm really feeling the blues lately! Yeesss <33 I can't wait for this sugar pie to come home! :) *hugs for the sweet shoutout!*

Wishing you a lovely day filled with LOVE. And teas and lattes! <3

love♥bora said...

And that bouquet is just DREAMY Pei. ;) White and blue.. the VERY first bouquet that I ever received from you was white and blue. ;) I named that one "First Love." Ah, the nostalgia. ;) The tradition continues! Serene blues just make my day!

Miniature Patisserie Chef said...

Dear Deborah! Thanks for your sweetest comments! It is delightful to know that your first bouquet was white and blue. I always thought it was a pink one! But you definitely know your collection best! :) Happy to know the baby boy is going to its new home :) Have a beautiful day!

Andrea Isaac said...

can you make a tutorial on how to make the flowers someday i really want to know how to make the lovely flowers!

love♥bora said...

;) indeed odd! My insane incurable love for your creations all began with a white bouquet and a pair of very pretty antique blue crates. �� I recall being absolutely mesmerized and falling head over heels. It was blue that hooked it and pink that drove me over the cliff! The rest is fleur-story! ^^ Each and every time is still like the first. :) That white bouquet holds a very fond place in this heart! ��

Elizabeth S said...

a Beautiful Bouquet which perfectly compliments the color of your vintage French pot! Love seeing how you have skillfully compose combinations of color, form, line, and textures. :D