Mud ceramics are so delicate and lovely.
Elise has found a home for her tiny little mud bowl on the ledge of the mirror in her bathroom.
Next to a cute old fashioned vase from the op shop. That is currently hosting some matching pink thriptomine.
I’ll just add in here that thriptomine is my most hated plant in a native garden. I think every roundabout and unkempt garden in Knoxfield in the 1980s featured this plant.
But then, I don’t mind it as a cutting … It looks great here right? I probably need to get over my thriptomine ‘thing’.
I have always admired Elise’s “floral” displays, & love the pink bowl
I know Ali, she’s always got flowers around.