I loved creating these spring floral arrangements using my vintage crocks and these gorgeous tulips from Trader Joes. These arrangements are inexpensive, easy to make and look way nicer than they cost.
I am so happy that I decided to arrange the gorgeous flowers in containers that I absolutely love … vintage crocks! I love arranging flowers in vessels that aren’t vases. In the past, I have arranged flowers using vintage battery jars, a french vintage champagne crate, and vintage cheese molds. Today I am sharing how to use vintage crocks for your spring floral arrangements.
I have been collecting vintage cake stands for years. I honestly thought I was the only person that collected these. Then last year I opened my Magnolia Magazine and sure enough, I found another wise person who collects cake stands … Joanna Gaines.
About ten years ago I found a small set of cranberry glass at an antique flea market. A few years later my mother-in-law gave me some of her mother’s cranberry glass. A few more pieces here and there and apparently I now have a collection of cranberry glass.
When people ask me “What style decor is your home?”, I always answer “Vintage flea market decor”. It’s true. I am sure the majority of the items in my home were bought at a flea market. I have been shopping at vintage flea markets for about thirty years and today I am going to share with you some of my insider tips to flea market shopping.
If you look at the photo of our back porch, there are twenty-two items in this photo that I bought at a flea market. So trust me, I know how to shop a flea market.
Yesterday, while shopping at the Rose Bowl Flea Market, I bought some flower frogs. I posted a picture and story on Instagram of the three flower frogs I bought (for $5 each) and received over thirty messages asking, “What is that?” and “what are they for?”.