Today I am sharing with you this adorable hanging cone, aka a Tussie Mussie. I looked up Tussie Mussie and found out that at some point they were to hold wedding bouquets without getting your hands wet. Who would've known? #cheeryld #polkacabana Dies used: Wittle Weaver 1/2" Strips - W103; Wittle Wicker 1/4" Strips - W101; Ribbon Eyelet Border - B116; Anastasia Border - B136; Judy's Blooms - C184; Sunflower - DL121; Celtic Fire Doily - DL109 http://www.cheerylynndesigns.com
Nosegay: tulips, hydrangea, hypericum, roses ~ The term nosegay arose in fifteenth-century Middle English as a combination of nose and gay (which then meant "ornament"). So a nosegay was an ornament that appeals to the nose or nostril.