I am often asked if I ever use my flower frogs. The answer is yes, on occasion.
This page is a photo album of some of my frogs in use.
I hope you enjoy the following displays.
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Some arrangements designed for our new antique shop which opened just before Christmas 2002.
- The first is a Lustreware set consisting of a pair of MIJ Geese on a tan Flower Frog base in a tan & white Circle of Geese Flower Bowl.
Not wanting to take away from the beauty of this ornate set I used a simple combination of holly, evergreen and holly berries. I then displayed the arrangement on the leftover evergreen sprays.
- This is a set of Holt Howard candle holder/flower frogs with Seated Pony Tail Angels toped with the matching Candle Huggers.
For this pair I used a combination of holly leaves, evergreens and candy cane mini carnations.
- This arrangement isn't really a flower frog, but rather is a pansy ring with a beautiful trumpet playing cherub standing on a ball.
For this arrangement I used a combination of holly, evergreens, lilies and candy cane mini carnations.
JULY FOURTH 2002
What better base for the following "All American" arrangements than Early American Glass!
- The first is a New Martinsville bowl with attached frog Pat.( 1,596,716) by Ira M. Clarke of New Martinsville Glass in 1926.
This is my New Martinsville bowl with attached frog. I have arranged two small American flags and three red silk carnations in the frog and then placed three stars & stripes 2" ball candles in the bowl and sprinkled red, white & blue ribbon curls between the candles.
- The second is a Viking No. 1007 1-Lite Flowerlite, rose bowl with crystal insert, tab feet in ruby red. Next to this sits a cobalt blue frog with a white band, manufacturer unknown.
This is a very simple grouping consisting of three candles in different heights arranged using the Viking frog and two crystal candle holders. For color I added a cobalt blue frog. I put stars & stripes decorated stars in the flower holes, sprinkled silver stars and red, white, and blue ribbon curls around the arrangement.
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Last updated February 28, 2007
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