Hydrangeas on washi. When I was a little girl, I would spend my allowance on pottery animals from Soko Hardware in San Francisco (I think the small ones cost a quarter and the bigger ones 50 cents). I still love Soko Hardware and hardware stores in general.
I usually don't cut my hydrangea blossoms preferring to enjoy them on the bush. But with the schizophrenic weather we're having this year, last week 106, today in the 70's and rain, I figure they won't last very long outside either.I love this little washi covered tin. We looked at these as possible favors filled with candy for my sister's wedding but opted for something else.