Have You Seen These?

 

It’s a Cupcake Vase that comes in a few different colors.

 

It was fun to fill it with these white and yellow flowers. It’s spill resistant and non-breakable. You squeeze the top to open it up. It feels like those silicone cooking cups.

 

I bought this at Rust and Ruffles on 1st Street in Snohomish, Washington. The packaging says to “Enjoy decorating your 100% fat free Floral Cupcake.

Hope your week is going well. Wednesday is Katie’s final wedding dress fitting so we’ll need to find a spot to store the dress until the wedding day in this old house. Hmmmm…

Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

23 thoughts on “Have You Seen These?

  1. What a nifty little flower holder….cleaver! How fun….the last fitting. I’m sure you will find a good spot to hang that most important dress. I remember how we pushed everything else aside when our girls wedding dresses came home before the wedding. I’m excited for Katie and you all.

  2. WOW! How fun and cool is that. No I haven’t seen them…. I need to get one for my little one. She will have fun with it, I am sure. Do you know if I can get them online?

  3. No but I sure will be keeping my eyes open for them. I regularly buy little china creamers to make mussy tussies to give as hostess gifts. I think that cupcake holder is just so darling.

  4. Irresistible! So nice to have such whimsy about the house.

    Enjoy playing with bride doll…I mean your daughter. Best kinds of moments together.

  5. Cute name for a store “Rust and Ruffles”! I am going to have to find one of those little cupcake thingies πŸ˜€

  6. That cupcake vase is really cute! And it would make arranging so much easier. OOOh, if I had my daughter’s wedding gown in the house, I’d be tempted to take it out of the protective covering and take all kinds of pictures of it! Close ups of lace, beadwork, etc. Then rework the photos in some kind of antique or sepia…

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