botanical art, Laurie Rohner

Flower Wood Keepsake Boxes

Painted Flower Box
Ready to ship

Find a hand painted custom made painted flower nature box for your keepsakes. Flowers on every side of this one of a kind special keepsake painted wood flower box.

Garden flowers wild flowers herbs and bees painted on every inch with pink coneflowers, iris, bee balm, teasel, daisies and mint name just a few of the wide assortment of colorful flowers. Inside the box stained a honey color.  The wood box looks well worn for the distinct farmhouse decor.

Top of Painted Flower Box
Detailed flowers in watercolor and ink.

Made from solid pine and brass hinged, painted, stained and finished with danish oil. Waxed with bees wax. Bottom comes with cork buttons for protecting surfaces.

Great size, large enough to hold your precious treasures or mementos.

Painted Farmhouse Wood Keepsake Box
Slightly distressed but so cute.

Box measures: 12″ x 9.25″ x 6.5″
Box is hinged.

Every piece is signed.
Hours to complete 6 1/2hrs
Ready to ship.

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Laurie

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Do the best you can.

It is all anyone can do, the best they can. I am amazed at the amount people are happy with not doing and when someone calls them out on a mediocre job they are indignant. How dare you! Not me. Or I am doing what everyone else is doing  so why do any more? Do the most. Do the best. Do all you can with not one reward. Do it because you will not do anything halfway. Do it for yourself. There is a great feeling of doing the best you can.

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Amaryllis Watercolor by Laurie Rohner

Why am I saying this? After a couple of weeks switching up my web sites, changing around my internet/TV service and still having a house on the market it struck me.  I worked with many people from all around the world (not by choice) and not one person could give me a straight answer. Is it me? Or did the human race become complacent and stop doing their best.

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Painted Furniture Nature Box Keepsake by Laurie Rohner

Working for yourself is difficult. Working as an artist/designer/entrepreneur at times daunting, for one person wearing too many hats can be tiring. I wouldn’t have it any other way. I have had to learn web designing marketing and promoting products and myself in a world where texting is more used than the spoken word. You adapt and you work hard at always giving it (your business) your best.  Whatever the business is if you are marketing selling promoting and creating an agreement with someone then YES do your best.