Still Photography Must Haves: Vintage Glass

I can't remember where I found this little glass bottle.  I tend to hold on to things I think will have another purpose later.  Does anyone else have that problem? I filled the little glass bottle with dried leaves and tied a french tag on from the The French Nest Co.
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  1. Hello sweetie, I have a few glass bottles bought from charity shops /boot sales,I am after one of the old school milk bottle`s now :)

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  2. Natalie,
    a milk glass bottle filled with dried lavender or tied with a string would be sooo cute!

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  3. lovely, great little set up and soft lighting

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  4. Hi Kristy, I do the same, I hold onto things thinking , one day I'll use them, and I usually do. Your photos are beautiful. well done.
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend, xxx tami

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  5. What a gorgeous image! I often forget where I have gotten something, or worse, go looking for something I have given away!!!! X

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  6. Hi Kristy...

    Such a pretty little bottle and beautiful vignette too! Love your photo! Thanks for sharing with us!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari

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  7. Your creativity every shot never ceases to amaze me!

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  8. Thank you for following my little photoblog, Kristy! I had to come over and say hi, and I just have to join in with your many followers, too!! I love anything vintage, and your site is so sweet! I can't wait to look around here more! :)

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  9. Tiff,
    I've done that before too. Once I even was telling a friend about book she could borrow and then I forgot I had already given it away!

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  10. I always love your set ups, they are so creative!

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  11. What a gorgeous vignette~ so pretty and serene! Thanks for sharing this inspiration at FNF :)

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  12. Beautiful shot! Love it.

    Thanks for participating in Fabulous Friday!

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