I found this sparkly little cruet set at the "Dog Shop" this week (well "People for Pets" is a little bit of a mouthful) I really like the idea of putting lots of small flowers in a cluster of little vases, that way you don't have to strip your garden to create floral joy & I think it might be a very sweet tea party concept too.
Seems that it does.
Our lemon & ginger tea was delicious.
Our David is working just over here in this apple orchard..presently pruning & loving it.
Certainly a unique fountain..
I didn't know that they make a kind of honking noise as they land...much like geese.
Luckily we have a few spare picnic rugs.
We can hear helicopters & windmills working in the night through these early weeks of spring, as the temperature drops overnight & the fragile setting fruit are threatened by frost.
Isn't this little girl so sweet.
Did you suck the honey from the ends of the flowers as a child?
The first day of the Farmer's Market being back outside.
It's so much better out in the open air surrounded by such lovely
Fortunately I had a helper to help me carry stuff!
The the other floral folding chair & table are recent finds too.
Perfect for picnics of course!
This sweet little blue flower is a perennial & it is called omphalodes.
It comes in sky blue & pale blue & is quite like a forget-me-not.
Of course if you really got the hang of crochet you could always make yourself an outfit.
Especially if you had some time to spare.
I rather like this Christmas wreath.
If you click on the picture you'll find out some more about it.
Steve is an incredibly talented & passionate musician with a very grand sense of humour.
Hope you enjoy this video...Kaitiaki did & he is 6.
Have a lovely week dear friends.