Stan and the kids had made a swing for the garden.
I wanted to paint it a color so you could see it up on the hill.
I love the duck egg color and thought it would be a perfect shade.
Stan hung it next to our distressed window.
I placed some flowers on the rope.
I picked some fresh sunflowers and displayed them on the swing.
Love the etched glass bottle.
After playing in the garden, I wanted to try and make this
Fresh Cherry Tart recipe.
Just make a pastry shell and bake,
then place your cherries on top.
Mix together heavy cream, confectioner sugar and vanilla.
Drizzle the sweetened cream over the cherries.
I got the recipe from my new Potager cooking book.
Very French and so good!
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Love the swing and it looks so inviting. My dad made me one and I loved to swing in it. The sunflowers are one of my favorites, always so happy looking.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much for hosting!!ReplyDelete
Your swing is just gorgeous - what a perfect color you chose - and the woven flowers are just perfection - have to pin this for sure!!!ReplyDelete
And now having a place to hang a swing is on my list of must have's in our new home lol
Thanks so much for the party!
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Oh,your swing looks so very romantic as if its in the midst of the Garden of Even!ReplyDelete
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Good morning Jody and Stan... oooh, I just love your swing... takes me back to when I was a little girl... well, many days I still am that ten year old little girl... I would just swing in that and daydream all day long... sigh... your sunflowers are so pretty and that cherry tart look delish, yum!... linking up today for my first time... hope I did everything right!... xoxo Julie MarieReplyDelete
I love your sweet swing...pinning it to my garden board! Hugs, PennyReplyDelete
What a fun swing and pretty features! Thanks for the cool party too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jody for another party...I want that adorable swing!!!! Love it! Christine from Little BragsReplyDelete
What interesting features; I'm excited to check them all out. Thanks for hosting this week! I love your flower bedecked swing; the kids will love it!ReplyDelete
Love your blue swing!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting. I like that duck egg colour.ReplyDelete
Hi Jody and Stan,ReplyDelete
From the new duck egg blue finish, to the sunflowers and the Souleiado style tablecloth, your swing is fun and cheery and a refreshing ride in the sky! Thanks for featuring my interview and for hosting such a great party! Happy Friday!
Wow, thank you so much for featuring my post about my favourite Swedish painter! What a happy surprise :) Love your new swing - especially with the flowers on it! Thanks for hosting, Jody :) Have a great 'rest of the week'... Hugs from Australia♥ ~PernillaReplyDelete
Hi Jody and Stan. I love that sweet swing. I have always wanted a swing hanging from a tree. I love that you entwined garlands of flowers around ropes..Thank you for hosting and Happy Thursday..JudyReplyDelete
Jody, love the swing and the etched bottles with sunflowers are wonderful! Could go for a piece of that cherry tart. Thanks for hosting.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for featuring my lamp post!! You made my day! Love partying with you. Your swing looks beautiful with the sunflowers! Love it. Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Jody ~ I just adore your darling swing! That darling floral vine on it makes it look so sweetly bohemian! :) I think there's a bit of child in all of us that never gets tired of swinging. ♥ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting this hop, I look forward to checking out the other posts. I love your garden swing as well as the other garden decorations. I will definitely have to try that delicious looking cherry tart!ReplyDelete
What a cute swing and I am going to have to make the cherry tart! Thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
Love the hanging swing and the hanging window is so fun! Thanks for hosting :)ReplyDelete
I love those swings!!ReplyDelete
I have a bunch of those bottles. I've always thought they were so charming.
Thanks for hosting each week.
Love those swings!! Thanks so much for hosting!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful features! Love the color of the swing.ReplyDelete
Jodi---your garden is absolutely AMAZING!!!!!!! I adore the swing and that tart looks so, so good! I always love seeing what you are doing in your beautiful garden and kitchen.ReplyDelete
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The cherry tart looks delicious! I LOVE CHERRIES!! Do you know that they are my favorite fruit? Your kitchen must always smell of homemade goodies.ReplyDelete
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