a lonely, one winged
dove filled the gap in
the centre & the little
heart I made from a
fabric with native
wood pigeons on it..
Speaking of blokes..I recently had an enquiry via Trade Me from a lovely lady hoping to catch up with another Cecile Brunner rose & as it so happened I had just loaded in to my car to take to the Pop-up Shop event, none other than Cecile herself, so out she came & was made to stay home. Dear Gwenda, like me just adores this wee sweetheart rose.
Gwenda that would never do!!
Cecile has a wee friend called Cinderella.. the tiniest wee rose bud you've ever seen..perhaps a centimetre wide.
I'm really understanding the old adage "not enough hours in the day" just now but there are funny little upsides to not being in command of all things..like having daisies growing in the lawn..the urban meadow effect!! : )
One of the things that I really enjoy about this time of year is discovering creative delights like these fab cards that I bought very reasonably from Trade Me from the clever & delightful Andrea who hales from Karori, Wellington.
Made from upcycled school atlases that had seen better days, these bunting also proved to be very popular. Andrea's trade name is sunnycot should you wish to look out for more of her work.
Hope all your Christmas stuff is going well : )