Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Shabby Chic Rose Styling







My formula for styling.




Keep arranging until it sizzles.


Make it have a lived-in look.


The top is my finished vignette.


I started with some (still) gorgeous

dried white roses.







These were on long stems


from South America.


I couldn't believe how they


dried white/cream and not brown.









I love arranging them in a





heart shape but I also





didn't want them







handled too much by little fists,





so I put them in a vintage pitcher





probably from the 50's





thrift shop purchase 1.00









I like the see through look here.









Then I walked by my rusty




silver platter that I hadn't




put away yet and inspiration hit.




Romantic crystal, candles,




roses and diamonds.




Okay. The "diamonds"




are really glass on a keychain that




I slipped down on the candle.






It cost 2.00














Here is where I stopped.




Doesn't the cream,




silver and white




look charming?




Plus the shimmer even




without the candles lit





gives it a shabby chic style.






Connecting with these friends:

White Wednesday



The House in Roses



Wow Us Wednesdays


Ivy and Elephants











9 comments:

Carolyn said...

It does look very pretty and I love your dried white roses!

Thank you for your kind words.

Carolyn

Johanna said...

Hi Candylei,
roses are my favourite and so I was curious how you decorate with them. Your dried roses are fantastic and each vignette looks really special. Thank you for showing this inspirating post.
Best greetings, Johanna

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

What a pretty vignette! I love all things Shabby Chic, and you nailed the look, my friend.

BECKY said...

What a lovely vignette! Love the silver white and glass together! Stunning! Love how you say to work with it until it sizzles!!
Thanks for sharing!
Have a wonderful day!
Becky

June said...

Your vignette is gorgeous Candylei. I can't believe how beautifully the roses dried. They are just so lovely.
hugs from here...

Rebecca said...

I love it all. I have NEVER seen white roses dry white and cream and not turn brown or at least gold. GORGEOUS!

xoRebecca

Lorraine said...

Beautiful styling!! I MUST have a white rose heart shaped wreath now!! Happy White Wednesday!! ~Lorraine

Gail said...

Thanks for sharing the thought process, sometimes I get stumped on when to go onward and determining when somthing is finished

ChiPPy!-SHaBBy! said...

LoVe how those RoSes ARE STILL Nice'N W*H*I*T*E...
Jeanine Burkhardt