Thursday, July 12, 2012

Garden Fun & Simple & Sweet Fridays #19

It was so beautiful outside this week in San Diego,
 I decided to stamp some pots and spoons.
I planted some more seeds.
You can never have enough things growing in the garden.
A little bling to add to the markers.
Still time for pumpkins.
I saved this pumpkin from last year.
Love the bright orange color.
More bling...
Carrots are simple to grow.
I'm trying some carnival blend this time.
A girl can never have enough carats.
Ha, Ha!! I couldn't resist.
Their new home...

Now on with the Party...

Last weeks Simple & Sweet Features!
Go check out Elegant Economies post Something fishy is goin' on off our back porch! 
Audrey has a great idea to use a gate and fountain
to give her pond a vintage look.
Fantastic way to recycle!
 Go check out Audrey's blog!

Go check out Do You Love Him Loretta's post She Has Good Bones! 

Arda did a beautiful armoire transformation which will inspire you with her creativity!
Go check out Arda's blog!

Go check out Brayton Homestead Interiors's post Celebrating the 4th. 

I love Karen's designs for the 4th. She painted her front door red and her gate with the
 Patriotic flag looks so cute!

 Go check out Karen's blog!

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  1. Thank you so much for hosting each week! It's a pleasure visiting :)Have a wonderful weekend!
    Greetings from Australia♥

  2. You are so clever. I love the labeled peat moss baskets, what a delightful idea. Connie :)

  3. I Love how you took such simple peat pots and made them so special! Thanks so much for hosting. Have a wonderful weekend!

  4. haha cracking UP at the carats/ carrots quip!:)

  5. What a great post and what great features!!
    Thanks so much for hosting!


  6. thrilled to have my homestead featured dressed up for the 4th!! thanks,
    Brayton Homestead Interiors

  7. I love the idea of stamping the little peat pots, I was about to start some Kale, and I think I may have to pull out my stampers. Your garden is very beautiful! I look forward to following your blog. :)

  8. That is so simple and cute!! I had to pin it! Thanks for hosting!

  9. I love every bit of this, but seeing that big orange pumpkin just gets me itchin' for Fall!! just linked up, thanks so much for hosting Jody!

  10. I love your spoons!!!!!!!!!!! so cute :)

    Have a wonderful weekend, and thanks so much for the sweet comments you always post on my projects.


  11. Oh to live in a climate where things grow so fast! I love planting seeds and use to plant lots of pumpkins for the grandkids. Hope to again next year! Your spoons are so cute and love the Wardian case you put the seedlings in. Thank you for hosting your lovely party and have a great weekend.

  12. Love your stamped peat pots -- so clever!! Love the bling on your stamped spoon markers too... your garden is delish in every way! :)

  13. Hi Jody and Stan; loved looking at your stamped spoons and stamped peet pots. Great ideas. Thanks for hosting too. I added vintage egg crate and memories this week. Enjoyed the features too.

  14. Thanks for hosting. Good gardening tip.

  15. Thanks so much for hosting-I LOVE your peat pot 'display'!! So creative and stunning!
    must love junk

  16. Thanks so much for hosting and for featuring my fishy your stamped spoons they are beautiful!

  17. Love your carrot spoon

    I have been looking for a way to create me some spoons similiar, just hit them with a big hammer I guess ? LOL
    then I need letters??? oh well just thinking out loud

    I always likes seeing your blog

  18. Your peat pots turned out great! I love your carrot spoon to. Always fun to create whimsy for the garden. Wonderful features as always.
    Enjoy your weekend,
    Hugs Rosemary...xo

  19. Loved your carrot joke and your cute "hothouse." Oh, to have it cool enough to plant seeds in midsummer. Not here! Your seeds must be loving their fancy digs and pretty labels. : ) Thank you for hosting your party, and have a great weekend.

  20. Hi Joday, Thank you so very much for following my blog "A Table for Rue". I love your blogs, you have such wonderful ideas.

    I will be back often!

  21. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend!

  22. what a cute hothouse, jody! love the adorable peat pots and the "carats":) thanks for hosting, too!


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