Monday, February 10, 2014

Flowers in the House - February


It's Jane's Flowers in the House!  I've made an enchanted garden for her party so we can imagine spring together.  Everything, except the fairy and the cardinal, came from either our garden or our woods.








Hop over to Jane's blog to see what other bloggers have brought to her party.


Have an enchanted week
(it's Valentine's week, after all!!!)
Christa 






32 comments:

  1. That is really lovely. If fact all your lavender projects are so very nice. Isn't lavender nice to work with, it smells so great!

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    1. Yes, I love working with lavender because they don't mind being handled. In fact, they "reward" you with sweet fragrance when you work with them.

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  2. Truly enchanting! Like a fairy tale.

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    1. I am so glad you think that! I had a lot of fun imagining it.

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  3. So pretty, Christa! Love the little fairy and of course the redbird!

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    1. Thank you, Susan. I had a lot of fun imagining it.

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  4. Lovely. I never thought of using bracket fungus things in an arrangement before. That's genius.

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    1. The bracket fungi are neat, aren't they? Bob and I harvested them in our woods this Fall. We have some very big and intricate ones that I need to figure out how to use them. Maybe one day I will come up with something fun.

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  5. Another blue ribbon winner! You are so creative Christa.

    More fungus amongst us please:-)

    xo J

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    1. Jane, you are the best! You know exactly what to say. Thank you.

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  6. So pretty. I'd almost forgotten what spring could look like and anything floral. Thanks so much for visiting Buttercup's.

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    1. Hi Carol, welcome. Spring is just around the corner (I think! I hope!). Hang in there.

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  7. Such prettiness and whimsy and I can only imagine the sweet fragrance of the lovely lavender!!

    Poppy

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    1. Hi Poppy, thank you. I can work with lavender all day long and will never get tired of the scent. It's so calming and reenergizing.

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    1. Hi Abby, I am glad you like it. Thank you for your nice comment.

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  9. How beautiful! Thank you for visiting - and I enjoyed the visit back to you on the other side of the continent. We grow lavender here, as well. It's my favourite fragrance.

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    1. Welcome. I am glad you enjoyed your visit. You might already know this, but a little bit of lavender in sugar cookies is delicious. Your little guy might enjoy that.

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  10. Oh my goodness - this is so beautiful! Well done, Christa! :o)

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    1. Deb, thanks. I had a great time imagining it and I was so happy it turned out the way it did. It took a little while, though.

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  11. How fun! Also loved your valentine projects.

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    1. Hi Heather, you are so right! I had a lot of fun imagining this "garden." Thank you for visiting. Please come again. Christa

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  12. This is gorgeous...I am going to use the idea this Spring, Christa...no nice to meet you! I am your newest follower...:)JP

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    1. Hi JP, welcome. I am glad you like my "garden." I am very happy that you will come back and visit often. I will hear from you soon. Christa

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  13. Lovely selection of beautiful things from nature - put together in a creative way.
    Ingrid x

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    1. Thanks, Ingrid. You always have nice things to say. Thank you. Christa

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  14. You don't have fairies in your garden? I think you do. Beautiful! and thank you, we're getting another 8 to 12 in two days. :(

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    1. Haha, how do you know (that we have fairies in our garden)?

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    1. Hi Penny, so glad to hear from you. I know you have been busy. So glad you came by

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