In Living Multi-Colour

these vases all have one thing in common.

Flora was not only the goddess of flowers and spring, but she was also the goddess of youth and her initiates really knew how to throw a great party! Flora’s Hope celebrates spring and well . . . parties!

Read more about Flora here

Flora’s Hope
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Speaking of great parties

Purple Rain $122
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Purple Rain is named after one of the greatest musicians the world has seen. Put on your Raspberry Beret and see if you can guess who it is!

Get the answer here.

We humans often think we are a big deal

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But just as a reminder of how small we really are in the grand scheme of things, we came after the gods, the giants, various other mythical beasts and the dwarves – that is what Voluspa would tell you. Read more about her and what she does to keep our earth going here.

ANd for those times when you need a lift

Hope Rising in Springtime
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Hope Rising in Springtime was named by sherriinsrq in our Name That Vase Contest and comes with a poem! Read the poem here

(A new Name That Vase contest is coming out tomorrow so stay tuned!)

So Which of these 4 vases
most resonates with you?

Let us know in the comments!

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and Have a great Saturday!

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  1. Man, tough choice here. I really like Flora’s Hope and Voluspa, but I can’t choose which I like best. Plus, they all remind me so much of a Monet painting–the impressionistic blending of colors and textures. Really gorgeous vases, all of them. *tips cap* ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thank you Mike! I appreciate your kind comments and support ๐Ÿ™ *tips lid of a pot* ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Voluspa caught my attention the most. Its colors are evenly distributed and hard as stone, but the shiny heart seems to reveal a soft loving soul…

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