"The Best Thing to Hold onto in Life is Each Other".

February 6th, 2017 in blog, member junk     
JunkArchitect Jim Healy, editor
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Peeking through the flowers is a Valentines Day card from 1924.
The vase started out as an old foundry mold that I lined with a plastic flowerpot...after I shot this photo.
~Happy Valentines Day from everyone at Junk Market Style.
Peeking through the flowers is a Valentines Day card from 1924.

Peeking through the flowers is a Valentine's Day card from 1924.

Photo: Jim Healy (copyright 2016)

Happy Valentine's Day!

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jim Healy - Junk Architect (copyright 2016)
posted in: blog, member junk, vintage, red, Valentine's Day, jim healy, junk architect, foundry mold, roses

Comments (6)

alicemom writes: Jim,
I love that creative brain of yours. Beautiful arrangement! Such a great idea
To use the foundry piece.
Happy Valentines Day Jim! ❣
Smiles, alice Posted: 6:39 pm on February 13th
Dinantiques writes: What a beautiful arrangement. The old foundry mold with the bouquet is an exquisite combination! Posted: 11:41 am on March 20th
JunkArchitect writes: Sue, did you check your stoop?

Posted: 6:35 pm on February 23rd
suewhitney writes: Should I expect to receive the at my doorstep today, Jimbo? Just saying Posted: 7:36 am on February 14th
Dominique writes: This is soooo beautiful...with an industrial twist. I love the rough and masculine quality of the mold playing off the gorgeous flowers.
Happy Valentine's Day, Mr. Healy! Posted: 11:01 am on February 13th
georgiamoon writes: Hey Jim,

What a sweet and true sentiment!! And what a great idea to use that foundry mold to hold all of those antique bottles. I love how it looks like one big bouquet but when you look closer you can see the bottles inside. You always do the most beautiful and romantic Valentines Day projects. I look forward to them every year!

Happy Valentines Day to YOU!!!
Georgia Posted: 10:05 am on February 13th
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