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  1. SO GOOD!!! Girl…you have SO MANY flower frogs!!! I Love this idea…I think it’s pretty original even though you saw someone else with a similar idea. You have created such a pretty display with these ‘trees’ and I think they are just fantastic for Christmas! Thanks so much for sharing at Home Imagined today!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Never met a flower frog I didn’t love:) Fun to use them for a different season!

  2. LOVE these flower frog Christmas trees!!!!! I have several, but quit buying them, but I may have to start again, in order to make at least one of these trees!!!!!

    Keep creating!


    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      They are fun to use for Christmas, instead of just during gardening season:)

  3. You have cool stuff and this idea is sweet. Thank you. Happy Holidays, too.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Anne!

  4. Lora, I love your repurposed trees and that vignette with the shadowbox in the background is perfection! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm–pinned!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks, Cecilia! Yes, my “Always a good time for junk” art is one of my favorites!

  5. Hi Lora,
    Thank you for sharing such a wonderful way to use flower frogs. I am a collector too but wouldn’t have thought to create this beautiful display. I looked around at some of your other seasonal posts such as the spool wreath and vintage sleds and I wondered if you were my long-lost sister. 🙂 Thanks again for sharing!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad to have found a creative, kindred spirit, Janie! Enjoy poking around, and good luck with your flower frog tree!

  6. You have a collection of flower frogs too! Gosh, I’d love to have a tour of your garage. The flower frog Christmas trees are amazing and decorating them with vintage shiny brites and corsages couldn’t be more perfect! I wore some of those corsages back in the ’70’s. Lora, your vignette is gorgeous and your photography equally stunning. Pinned 🙂

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Thanks for your sweet compliments, Marie!Photography is definitely one of those skills that constantly challenges me! As you know it’s one thing to come up with a creative idea, it’s another to actually get good pictures of it! And yes, my collections are kind of never-ending and always increasing now that I’m not selling anymore! Storage is always a challenge in my old house:(

  7. What a beautiful display you created! I love your flower frog trees and your aunt’s corsages look perfect on it.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      It’s quite the eclectic display, Paula, but kinda fun! I thought those corsages were so gaudy when I first got them, but I like them now!

  8. Marlene Stephenson says:

    Yes i am playing and just like you i just had to move and redo a few things i was tired of. If you don’t like what you have you certainly wouldn’t want to add to the mess, lol! Now you have given me more to do but i don’t mind, i can say i am so very glad to have found you, you are so helpful to this old brain of mine, thanks.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Love to hear from you, Marlene! And I’m glad you found your way here, too! Have fun decorating!