These water lilies did not catch fire, however.
They are not even terribly expensive, especially since the batteries can be replaced as needed - I paid $1.50 each, and thought it well-spent money.
|This Victorian mantel clock is truly a temple to time!|
(Image from laurelbankantiques.co.uk)
|(Image from alivenetwork.com)|
|Her Majesty with her Highlander|
(Image from educationscotland.gov.uk)
|Why does this not belong to me? Whomever it does belong to is to be warmly congratulated!|
(Image from gardenidea.me)
|I could be perfectly happy in this one too...|
(Image from indulgy.com)
I started by covering the table with burlap, and added a hand-crocheted lace tablet. A Skurar bowl holds a rosemary plant, wrapped in burlap and accented with a few mini pumpkins.
One fairly - or fairily! - large pumpkin sitting in another type of Skurar bowl, again with a bit of burlap for contrast. I used two of these to flank the central bowl.