|Roses and Canvas|
I had a friend from High School drop by the other day. She noticed my roses in front were blooming and asked if she could have some. Of course I said yes.
|Emily modeling a Tiny Tipis Canvas Bag|
Seeing as I didn't have a vase handy I decided to have her put her bouquet in one of my canvas bags. Hey, if it works for fresh produce why not fresh roses, right?
|Fresh cut red rose being kept safe in a Tiny Tipis Market Bag|
She couldn't have picked a better day to come see me. All the rose bushes were in bloom and her yellow dress really complimented the colors.
|The Tiny Tipis 10 ounce Canvas Grocery Bag even keeps flowers fresh until you get home!|
Thorns aside, I think she really enjoyed getting to pick her own roses.
|Emily smelling a fresh cut rose before she puts it in her new Handbag|
Even though the flowers were contained in the Canvas Tote the lovely smell was not. I wonder how long her new bag will smell like roses.
|Roses just peeking out of the bag.|
Look at the smile on her face! I'm not sure what I like better, seeing someone put one of my bags to good use or enjoying my roses.
|Home Grown Roses in a Tiny Tipis Canvas Bag|
She grabbed a few more after I snapped this pic. I think if I let her know when the next bloom cycle comes along I'll be seeing her again. :)
You can buy your own Tiny Tipis Canvas Bag and use it to store and carry just about anything. Sorry, roses not included.