Sometimes a floral frog's fancy turns to be something far from holding flowers in a bowl.
Sometimes floral frogs are useful holding photos or other images.
Sometimes a floral frog wants to make it clear just what he is.
Often in my booth I sell floral frogs of all sorts. Inevitably someone will ask what is a floral frog?
I did not bother to look up the reason of why these devices for holding flowers upright in an arrangement came to be known as frogs, but I think it is whimsical.
So I often use whimsical images displayed on them.
Here are plain old floral frogs - the metal ones with teeth and one with a cage design. They are also in glass with holes in them.
If all these things are not floral frogs because I am no expert, let me know!
I took this French song about flowers image from The Graphics Fairy over to Pic Monkey.
Then grabbed this charming frog playing a violin image from The Graphics Fairy. I placed him over the music image and played with the colors a bit. (Pic Monkey Junkie here!)
Printed out the resulting image on deep ivory cover paper.
Trimmed and cut with scalloped scissors.
Distressed with a brown ink pad.
And in my very best Zaner-Bloser cursive wrote "floral frogs" on each image.
Ta-da! The fancy floral frogs are ready to be displayed in my booth.
I do often wonder if they sell to a customer who thinks they are photo holders of some sort.
BUT as long as someone is enjoying those sweet little floral frogs I don't care!
Party Junk #206 at Funky Junk Interiors