Day Dreaming for Real

Just want to thank you all for supporting the new mindset and getting behind me on my last post. I’m grateful for the new year and all my blogging buddies that sustain me and keep the creative cells juiced up! We are blessed! Below is a floral hat that belonged to Grandma inside a glittered urn!! Img_0855

31 Responses to “Day Dreaming for Real”

  1. Bobbie Lynn Duran says:


  2. Alison Gibbs says:

    Imagaine that hat on Grandma’s head!!
    It looks beautiful in the glittered urn.

  3. clarice says:

    Ohh what a stunning photo. Clarice

  4. Laurie says:

    Wow, I’d love to see that on Gram’s head. Amazing! So cute! Reminds me of the last Anthropologie catalog….there’s a cute young lady wearing a similar flower hat! CUTE!

  5. *Heidi* says:

    That was a hat? Splendid! My grandmother always wore a hat to church and to go shopping. I wish so much that I had one of her hats. She died when I was 10 (I’m 49 and holding…LOL). Anyway, I’ll have to ask some of my aunts if they have one of her hats…I’d love to have one as you have your’s!

  6. buebau says:

    What a wonderful hat. And that old picture looks amazing.
    Now, I’ve been tagged by Sheree and, if it’s ok with you, I’m tagging you. See more in:
    Have fun.

  7. Karla says:

    That is such a gorgeous photo! I love hats and still wear them to Church on occasion!

  8. Elizabeth says:

    So pretty–you are always so very clever!

  9. LuAnn Smith says:

    Please, please tell me you have a picture of your grandma with that hat on! I love it…

  10. Jen says:

    Oh the hat…I would of loved to see that on her. I bet it was so fancy in its day! Thanks again for the beautiful fabrics! I am so excited to get the chance to play around with them!

  11. I love that you stuck a hat in the urn! at first I thought they were real
    flowers until I read on. What a great way to display the hat!

  12. Emily says:

    LOVE the glittered urn and the flowers! Beautiful!

  13. sherry says:

    Just gorgeous!

  14. Gorgeous flowers! I NEED flowers right now, it’s so cold and gray here in the Northwest!

  15. oh my Jennifer! I thought you bought us fresh flowers…LOL! Simply divine!!! Sounds like your Grandmother was quite the fashion maven!
    With friendship,

  16. M&Co says:

    hihiI tought that was real flowers!! I now understand were you’ve got your sense of color from ;-)!! Love that you’ve glittered the vase and frame! Everytime I see your glitterwork I get the urge to glitterify my home as well 🙂

  17. Firefly Hill says:

    I kind of thought they were fresh flowers too when the picture first came up! What a great idea to put the hat in a glittered urn! How creative!

  18. donnalayton says:

    Aren’t those flowers beautiful and don’t they look cool in a glittered urn?? You make me want to glitter EVERYTHING! Now I’m going to wrap my brain around wearing those flowers upon my head and it’s going to make me laugh all day long!

  19. Sarah says:

    I would looove to wear that hat to tea! Fabulous. Have a blessed day!

  20. Sarah says:

    I would looove to wear that hat to tea! Fabulous. Have a blessed day!

  21. Lisa says:

    Wow, what a fantastic way to hang onto that hat. Great idea and such a pretty picture too.

  22. hiya miss jennifer! happy birthday wishes to you!!! you are wonderful!
    love ya lots,

  23. Oooooh! What a beautiful photo!
    And a very Happy Birthday to you!!! I hope all your wishes come true! 🙂

  24. Jennifer, amazing Jennifer………you are my feature on Today’s Creative Blog.
    Please email me for your blinkie code.
    Also, happy belated birthday.

  25. Meredith says:

    I love the display…so cute! I love hats like that too…life would be sweeter if we could still wears hats like that. Although honestly, everytime I’ve tried one on, I’ve looked ridiculous! Oh well 🙂

  26. Laura says:

    oh how I love those vintage hats, it’s just my head it too big to wear them, such a shame. They do look a bit wacky sitting on top of my head but I’m saving them anyway for the day I turn 90ish and officially become an eccentric granny. I want to wear wild outfits with my flowery hats and hit the streets to cheer people up & give them a good belly laugh. In the meantime I think I’ll display some in an urn, great idea!
    God bless,
    ps. I’ve got a wacky pic of some vintage hats under my vintage photo album on my blog if you’d like to have a peek.

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