The nights are cool here in Minnesota
so it's starting feel a bit like fall.
I'd like to share an easy project
using some dry hydrangea blooms &
an old minnow can.
I make burlap bows from the seed potato sacks
we have left at my greenhouse job.
It's a craft that I perfected when working at
a tree farm making balsam wreaths
and decorating them.
The dry flowers are from some shrub
pruning jobs we do for customers in
the fall when the greenhouse slows down.
You can say I find a use for almost everything!
For all my vendor friends:
these simple minnow can projects sell
really well. I've sold two so far,
my coffee shop craft rental space is
in the heart of lake/cabin country.
Mine went for $14. I use both the outside
minnow bucket (solid) and the inside
with the lid open. Both are such cute containers,
one with vintage label graphics & the other
with darling hole patterns. This way you
get twice the sales, from one bucket set!
Let me know what you think!
I'm always seeking comments &
new ideas or alternatives.
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