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SAVORY ROASTER & SQUIRREL

Sunday, September 11, 2011




The finessing is done, so here's a peek!

My treasure hunt find paired with a little spring squirrel has turned out to be the perfect fall combination, along with some flowers of course!  My fall arrangement has found a home here on the porch...





The "savory" roaster has a lid, so I could use it one of two ways,  without the lid...




Or, with the lid...








So which do you like best, with the lid or without?





Love  your sweet comments!

Blessings,
Cindy

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41 comments:

  1. I love this...you have managed to make a roaster a beautiful object! The squirrel is perfect too!

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  2. Just fabulous! I knew it would turn out great and it did! Cute Mr Squirrel. Have a great week. Blessings, Barb

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  3. Hi Cindy - visiting you right back, from Mosaic Monday. Your fall tableau is lovely - and i prefer it with the lid.

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  4. Quite a beautiful feel of fall. The box of flowers is pretty.

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  5. Cindy I'm going to be no help because I love it both ways! Beautiful vignette and beautiful pictures! Martina

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  6. It looks great either way! I love the flowers in it!

    I hope you have a great week.
    Pam

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  7. I like the lid. Just love the rich layers. Thanks for sharing at Market Monday. Can you add my link, pretty plse with sugar on top! I amso glad you stopped by.

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  8. Cindy, I love that roaster filled with flowers. How pretty. The squirrel is too cute. I have a thing for the little guys, too. Great vignette.

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  9. Just wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting my new blog and leaving me a sweet comment! I also signed up to follow your blog. What a great idea to put flowers in a roaster pan! I love ideas like that (thinking outside the box). This is Kelly from The Essence of Home. Having trouble with my computer leaving comments using my acct name when I have to select a profile. Should be worked out soon.

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  10. Hey Cindy, I like it with the lid, the only way I could like it any better is if it were mine! I love Savory and the squirrel. Have a great day!
    Debbie

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  11. Nice mosaic, thanks for sharing!
    Markus

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  12. Your roaster looks perfect for fall filled with mums. I love the cute fall collar you gave Mr. Squirrel. What a lovely vignette! I like the roaster either way, but I think w/o the lid looks best.

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  13. How beautiful! Your arrangement is gorgeous and the table vignette is perfect!

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  14. Love your gorgeous Fall vignette, Cindy! The roaster turned planter is perfect (with OR without the lid) and the palette you've chosen is beautiful! I have that same red leaf placemat, too ... great anchor for your vignette!

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  15. You really decorated that so nicely. Looks gorgeous on your porch.

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  16. Cindy, how could I ever choose which way I like your spectacular roaster turned planter. It is delightful both ways. I think it was so creative to turn that roaster into a planter~ and you styled it brilliantly!
    I leave very inspired... and looking for a roaster! Great post and such pretty pictures.
    xo Yvonne

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  17. Oh so pretty, CIndy! I really like the roaster. I think I like it better with the lid. My acorn needs your squirrel so bad!...Christine

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  18. Lovely use of your finds. The words squirrel and roaster did not seem to go together until I saw your post!

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  19. Cindy, this is stunning! I love your arrangement. I agree with the previous comment. Squirrel and roaster? I had a "Fatal Attraction" moment. LOL

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  20. Wonderful finds. I love how you've use the roaster. (I think without the lid.) Well done!

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  21. What a beautiful arrangement!! I love it with the lid. It just completes the look and makes it a much more interesting vignette. I don't have a roasting pan but I do have some enamelware type buckets with lids....You've inspired me :)

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  22. Your table looks fabulous for autumn. Although the roaster looks lovely with the lid, I'm thinking that without it you can enjoy the flowers while looking through the window from the yard. Two views, both great!
    -Karen

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  23. I love that idea!!

    You are amazing.

    Debbie

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  24. I love it with the lid! Great job. Great sunroom.

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  25. LOVE your vignette with your new roaster and the little squirrel. Squirrel looks so spiffy with his/her fall bow. I can't decide about the lid. I actually like it both ways. Great look and so inviting on your porch. Love that porch.
    Hugs,
    Babs

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  26. This is such a beautiful vignette!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  27. Love it. That roaster is just the greatest thing. Love the flowers and so pretty with or without the lid. How creative is that. The bow and rafia on the squirrel is so pretty too and you have created such a beautiful vignette. The candle and acorns are just the perfect finishing touch. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  28. Cindy, that is just so clever! The roaster looks gorgeous with the flowers in it and once again I have serious porch envy! :-) Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful post with us at Inspiration Friday this week!
    Vanessa

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  29. I prefer it both ways! It is so creative and artistic-gorgeous either way!

    Thank you so much for linking to Potpourri Friday. Your participations makes the party more special!

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  30. Cindy, what a creative use for a roaster!! I would never have thought of that! Your photos are gorgeous! I saw it on Savvy Southern Style and immediately wanted to follow you! I'm new to blogging; and I'd love to have you join me and follow, as well! Peace and Blessings!

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  31. Cindy, I would not have thought of using this as a planter. I used to have a speckled nay one. Great fall vignette. Blessings Terri www.morningdewdrops.typepad.com

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  32. The arrangement in the roaster is beautiful. Great idea to use it this way.

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  33. Hello Fall....is what that room screams to me. Very well done, and I must say that roaster made an awesome arraingment....love it.... It looks great with or with the cover....and the squirrel is a cute as can be.
    Hugs,
    Ellen

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  34. I like how you complete a scene; you wrap ribbon around squirrel and then add autumnal embellishment to ribbon.
    I like lid slightly better than no lid.

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  35. Hi lovely lady.
    All your photos are gorgeous, you have a eye for color sweet lady. your Idea of useing the roaster is great !!! You also did a beautiful job with your flowers and putting this all Together for fall...
    I hope you have a great week Cindy.
    XXOO Diane

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  36. I spotted this somewhere else and loved it! Coming over from WOW us WEd! It is lovely and creative and your pictures are beautiful! Christie at Three Pixie Lane

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  37. Great table but the roaster has to be the best. I love also your color selection. Congrats on being featured on Marty's post. I was also chosen and was thrilled. Drop by my blog I am hosting a giveaway in celebration of my 100th follower. Kathy

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  38. Lovely is the way that you decorated the flowers and I feel with lid is more beautiful and quite unique one
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    Love
    Farah

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  39. I'm impressed! A roaster, for crying out loud, who knew!!!! Love the vignette. I like it with the lid, myself...but what it Ms. Squirrel becomes animated during the night and eats the nuts and her tail knocks the lid on the roaster....what then.....? (Okay, soooooo I'm a little mental...be nice) ☺

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