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Emily Dickinson Roses + Virginia Woolf Teeny Tiny House + Upcycled Pesto Jar = Word Love Squared

Posted on the 18 November 2012 by Juliejordanscott @juliejordanscot

Emily's Roses with Virginia's House Edited
A bouquet of Emily’s Roses mixed with Katherine Anne Porter roses and a vase upcycled from a pesto jar and covered with more books pages painted pink. The house in the photo is a Virginia Woolf house. I thought they looked pretty together.

The roses in the foreground are more Emily Dickinson Roses. I even made teeny tiny roses, about ¼ inch in diameter. These roses will be on a different upcycled project which I officially began with making the roses. J

I bought another used book of Emily’s poetry to paint/dye and use. I decided since she is so well known, I should use more of her work instead of only doing obscure artists, writers and poets.

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