trophy vase

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i always get excited for thursdays because it means a new we like it wild post from the studio choo girls. so i was especially happy to get an extra bit from jill yesterday- she sent over these gorgeous arrangements styled in yellow owl workshop‘s new trophy vase. christine hand-cast this earthenware vase because she, “never excelled at any sporting pursuits that would reward me with victory regalia”- so she decided to make her own. christine’s vase can be purchased here for $65 at the yellow owl shop, or here at studio choo, with a floral arrangement (in the bay area only) for $110. every one could use a little congratulations now and then so if you know anyone who deserves a trophy of their own, this could be just the ticket.

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  1. Jody says:

    So lovely and simple with the succulents…

  2. P&C says:

    We love this ! Yellow Owl take the cup :-)

  3. A Girl says:

    What a beautiful idea!

  4. hrhkat says:

    very cute…
    If you had a trophy, that was made of metal, but you wanted it white, couldnt you just spray paint it with metal paint?

  5. As always Christine’s quirky take on a simple object is a winner!

  6. Abby says:

    Love these! Simple yet statement making.

  7. carina says:

    wow! what a great vase. im sure i have an old trophy somewhere…

  8. rhondarella says:

    I have been looking for trophies at the flea market for exactly this purpose, but this is soooo much prettier!

  9. I’d feel like I’d won the Kentucky Derby if I had this in my house!

  10. pergolina says:

    i love this trophy so much i bought it for our shop

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