April 2, 2011

Pretty Prop

Can't believe this photo prop was right in my back yard- literally! Dried up hydrangeas from our trees- were out there the entire winter. I trimmed a few and brought them inside today. Then I designed a necklace that would look pretty with them...













14 comments:

  1. So pretty - love your lighting!

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  2. They do look pretty together! I always think I need some pretty props, but never quite know what to use.

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  3. When I first came to your blog, I momentarily thought the heading said "Pretty Poops" and I thought - only Lorelei could make something pretty from poops. In my defense, I have been sick for 2 weeks and on cough medication. LOVE the necklace ... and the prop!

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  4. Love the prop and LOVE the necklace!
    x

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  5. I think that happy accidents are the best kind! It's beautiful as are your necklaces.

    Hope you're enjoying spring.

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  6. Oh hydrangeas remind me of my childhood. Great prop!

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  7. What a beautiful necklace. I love it:-).

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  8. The necklace turned out very pretty. And I like your prop with it.

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  9. OOh i like! The bird pendant is really cute and it does look great with your new flower prop.

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  10. Lovely necklace for the prop ;-D

    I try to hunt for nice props, but it's not so obvious...

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  11. GORGEOSITY!!!

    wow, wow, wow, how beautiful is that ...

    :O)

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  12. Love!!!! Love the bird and LOVE hydrangeas - they looks like tiny fairy wings all dried up. We have them surrounding the house I can't get enough of them.Of course I am a crazed bird fan as well - Beautiful!

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  13. Natural elements always make wonderful props! I love the lacy look of the skeleton-ized hydrangea. The light shines through the petals so wonderfully... perfect pairing for your piece!

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