Tuesday, August 28, 2012

~Garden Banner~

I needed something to fill a spot near our bench.
I love the way banners look in the house so,
 I thought I'd make one for outside.
It looks so whimsical next to the window.
We found this old door bell at a garage sale.
The rooster stepping stone gives
 the post some color.
Our sunflowers are still growing even through the heat of the summer.

I used some Rachel Ashwell material.
Our New Banner

21 comments:

  1. Darling!
    I never would have thought to put a banner in the garden.
    Nice job.

    Smiles :)
    K.

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  2. Jody,I love your garden!!!:)))

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  3. What a delightful garden...I would spend entire DAYS sitting there, amongst all the loveliness, Jody! Just returned from the last of my vacations for the year - eager to play catch up on all my blog reading. Happy Tuesday - Tanya

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  4. Love your RA fabric banner... it looks so fun in the garden! I think I'm going to have to make one for next spring... unless I use snowman fabric. Those days are not far off for us I'm afraid. :)

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  5. Hi Jody,
    Thanks for visiting and following Shabby Art Boutique. I hope you'll join in the fun of Shabbilicious Friday each week too... it is so inspiring.

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  6. The banner is so charming! I love it (and the rooster!)!

    xoxo

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  7. oh, I just love your wonderful garden and the banner looks perfect!

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  8. I totally love garden whimsy. The banner, the old windows and mosiac rooster fill in the whimsy!

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  9. Your garden is so delightful! LOVE it! The fabric you used to make the banner is pretty!

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  10. Hi Jody,

    Love the shabby chic banner...looks great in the garden. I am a follower of your blog as well!

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  11. Very cute. I love the view of the sunflowers framed through the window.

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  12. So sweet - this vignette makes me want to sit a spell with a glass of iced tea.

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  13. If I had a garden like this I don't think I would ever go inside...Everything is so cute and the banner just ties it all in. Would like to invite to come by and share sometime at http://www.onemoretimeevents.com/2012/08/features-6-share-it-one-more-time-6-and.html
    Tammy

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  14. Oh I love your blog too! I"m drooling over the background vintage Paris illos as well. Thank you for your comment and for following Paris Through My Lens. I hope you will visit often. Now I'm off to your Etsy store!
    V

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  15. Hello,
    Thank you for visiting us and following Red Rose Alley. You have a lovely blog, and I noticed the Lake Tahoe post. I am very familiar with Lake Tahoe, as I am a California girl. While I was scrolling down, I noticed the bottle with the bird and the crown. That is gorgeous. I hope you visit us again soon... it's nice to meet new friends. Have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  16. Your adorable banner looks perfect it your special garden retreat--I could spend too much time there just living it your photos!

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  17. such a cute idea, jody:) love your banner and the mosaic stone!

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  18. Such a special spot you have there. You've done it up right! I hope you get a lot of use out of it.
    Liz

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  19. Beautiful! What a fabulous garden haven....

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