Saturday, May 22, 2010

Table center piece


I bought this tall glass at a garage sale for a $1 and I am inspired to make this as a table centerpiece. I put inside fruits for colors and I told hubby if he likes to eat banana or anything just look at the tall glass lol!
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35 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

Love the tall tall elegance of this glass! It would be great as a table centre piece!

Leora said...

Wow, that is tall. I like how you photographed it next to the grapes. Nice show of scale.

Jan said...

What a creative idea. Hope you hubs wants to eat what's on the top. Thanks for joining in, today. I was at work until 7:30, but I re-did Mr. Linky. It was the first time this has happened in over a year and a half.

hip chick said...

What a great deal you found! It looks very pretty with the fruit in it.

maryt/theteach said...

What a great way to present frit on the table! :)

cheesecakepoi said...

I love tall glasses! You can actually use them for multiple purposes. Great entry.

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®osadimaggio63 said...

Hi Manang Kim,
la tua idea รจ molto originale...
Le banane poi le mangi ?
Grazie della vista.
Happy day :-)

Melissa B. said...

Beautiful, crafty and creative. Bravo!

Dimple said...

That is an interesting and creative way to use a very tall glass!

Thanks for the visit, and skunk cabbage is edible, but in my opinion the only part worth using is the flower stalk. Every other part is way too sour! I haven't eaten any in a really long time, though.

shydub said...

I love the tall glass. very creative manang kim.Visit mine here too

Patti said...

Very creative. (Love your chairs.)

Christina said...

Love the vase.. very elegant of displaying fruits.

Dave said...

You are good at this, very original.

RNSANE said...

It's a lovely glass but I'm surprised that it is that stable with fruit in it. Nice photo!

lina@home sweet home said...

A great fruit presentation :)

Ann said...

The glass is so tall that you kept the mango for too long. The bright colour has gone.

Life Moto said...

i miss our mango in the philippines

Halie said...

That's a great centerpiece you have!

It's decorative and it also has a practical use.

nice A said...

So nice a display of fruits. You will save them longer as they're not easy to grab:)

Life Moto said...

thank you for asking bout my MIL. still we are in the battle stage. They will have for another ct scan next 2 weeks. Hope for your continuing prayer to her gb.

Marites said...

really nice tall glass. Colorful and innovative too:) Are those mangoes? It's mango season here in our city now. Philippine mango is by far the best mango i've ever had.

Stephanie V said...

That looks like a good idea. You need a long brush to wash it, though.

Marice said...

me like it ;)

u may view mine here

EG Wow said...

What a great find for on;y $1! It sure does take a lot to fill it though.

Vilt og vakkert said...

Heisann!

Sorry that I answer you so late, but I have been at the resort, our Lia, and there is no Internet access. Promise to come up with more feedback next time on Skywatch. ❀

Have a nice week!

Becky said...

I love your centerpiece! Neat thing to do with that glass. Happy MYM.

Carly said...

wow, looks neat! It looks like you used real fruit? Very fun and creative!

fiziskandarz said...

haha. very creative jar! 1st time seeing it. a definite dinner-table-space-friendly!

Kathy said...

Wow! Love it! What a great deal and clever use of the glass!
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eva said...

wow! that's a lovely glass. can i have the "mangga"? hehe
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july_blogizta said...

cooL! what a unique idea! love it!

Hannah said...

Cool. That's something new to me. Those native mangoes make my mouth water. It's been a long while since I had some.

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Self Sagacity said...

That is a tall fruit vase! Just don't accidentally hit it. :-)

JM said...

That is really cool!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

how do get the fruit out of the bottom? - in our house it'd go off before it got eaten.

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