Primitive Handmade Farmhouse Wooden Trug Plus ROSES!

February 20, 2017

 wooden flower trug mason jar vase roses cow creamer

I had originally planned to share this primitive handmade wooden trug as part of my next Thrill of the Hunt post. But Mr. CBD sent me four - count 'em, four - dozen roses for Valentine's Day and well, when someone sends you that many roses you just have to shout it from the rooftops! Wouldn't you agree?


wooden flower trug mason jar vase roses cow creamer

With that many flowers I kind of panicked at first. Did I have enough vases? Luckily I have a number of large blue vintage mason jars that are just perfect for roses. I also have lots of ironstone pitchers that I like to use as vases as well. So I put two dozen of them into Mason jars and placed them in my trug for display. 

wooden flower trug mason jar vase roses cow creamer

Isn't this cow creamer adorable? I picked it up at Goodwill for a song. I think it was brand new from Target.

wooden flower trug mason jar vase roses cow creamer

I also have somewhat of a vintage clock collection that I like to display every now and again. I thought they worked well in this trug vignette.


I'm really quite enamored with it. It's definitely not a cookie cutter flower trug, which I believe only adds to its rustic charm. 

vintage wooden flower trug

Someone put their heart and soul into making it. It's not fancy. But it's rustic and worn and perfectly imperfect.

vintage wooden flower trug

I can dress it up or dress it down. Either way it's a winner in my book.

pink roses vintage blue mason jar vase boxwood wreath

 And then there are the roses.....

pink roses vintage blue mason jar vase boxwood wreath

pink roses vintage blue mason jar vase boxwood wreath

red roses vintage blue mason jar vase boxwood wreath

red roses vintage blue mason jar vase boxwood wreath

Needless to say they were the highlight of my Valentine's Day.

How about you?
What's YOUR favorite flower?

Do you have something special that you like to put 
your flowers in? 

Well, that's it until next time!

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Primitive Handmade Wooden Trug Plus ROSES.
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Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Your roses are beautiful! I love the tote design...looks like a fun style to make!

VintageSouthernPicks Florence S said...

The roses are beauties! Four dozen??? Impressive, I'll say! The trug is neat...never heard the term, but I'm all about rusticity. Glad you didn't paint it😉

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handmade by amalia said...

I like this trug (a word new to me). It could be used for so many things.
Amalia
xo

My thrift store addiction said...

I've never heard that word before either, but I sure do like the piece! Your roses are gorgeous!

srpprcrftr said...

Dont' cha just love trugs?So many ways and styles to make themin. Is one of my favorite things to have hubs make for mme if can get him tomake me anything these days. Great find, love simple style. Trugs are so useful for styling vignettes.
How I envy you your clock collection, very hard to find here in western CO. Seems like when I do find one don't have any money or it's too expensive for me. Don't know what it is about vintage clocks but do love how they look. Someday want to get down to Delta and Montrose to browse their thrift and antique shops.
We live few miles west of Grand Junction out in rural area, not much of a city person since we lived in MT and KY out in country. Wish we had 20 acres as we did in MT and 1 1/2 acres in KY.
Just have 1/2 acre now but since we're in middle to later 70's 1/2 acre is plenty to take care of. We have wonderful views all around us.
Have wonderful Friday and weekend

srpprcrftr said...

So sorry Kathleen, forgot to mention those gorgeous roses. Says a lot about you as a couple that your hubs would give you any roses, let alone 4 dz. Have to admit am envious. Sure you enjoyed them and have wonderful memory. Better keep that fella.

Linda Nelson said...

So glad you shared. It all looks so pretty.

The Charm of Home said...

Wonderful project. It would look great on a table or carrying outdoor supplies! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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