Beautiful Vase / February 6, 2019 / Avalynn Bowman.
One by one, as each child finished, the pages were carefully carried to the front of the room. Each child waited eagerly for the confirmation, radiant smile, and compliments of the teacher. Not a single child was disappointed. The teacher accepted each project as if it were a priceless gift. The teacher shared a personal comment and excitement with each child, identifying something unique and individual about each vase and assortment of flowers. Some of the vases had images of people, like urns that had been adorned with images of Greek Gods. Other vases contained intricate patterns, as if inspired by Easter Eggs. For some of the children, the vase was small and indistinguishable amid the bountiful flowers that filled the page. Each project was unique, and each was beautiful.
Types of flowers - Unfortunately, you can't put all types of flowers in a vase. The first thing that you need to consider when putting flowers in a vase is the size of the vase. If your vase has a narrow base and big mouth, we suggest that you opt for flowers with big petals like lilies and dahlias. Apart from this, flowers with single stem like sunflowers and roses are an ideal choice for vases that are narrow.
7. Flowers can be made of beads also. 8. Better still, Cut a few short stemmed flowers and arrange in the eggshell. There is nothing more wonderful than lovely smelling fresh flowers. 9. Put your vase on your T.V. or a bookshelf and enjoy your work while taking a bite of French omelet.
"You don't like it," said the child in unmasked disappointment. "Of course I like it," rebuked the teacher. "I love it." "Your vase is absolutely beautiful," exclaimed the teacher. "Did you want to draw some flowers in it, too?" "It won't hold any water," replied the child wistfully.
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