Monday, June 15, 2009

Flowers, Flowers Everywhere!

Everyone loves flowers...

even Kramer:).

Flowers are beautiful everywhere, even on this beautiful cider pitcher, a gift from my father and his wife:).

I don't think I will use it for cider-perhaps for a lovely flower arrangement instead.

The artist even painted the bottom. It's dated 1906.

The flowers in the gardens are blooming in bursts of glorious colors.

Soon the yellow roses will surround the fountain in delicate blooms.

Look what I did! Another place to relax and enjoy God's spendor.

These busy little cherubs are nestled amongst the gardenias.

This little cherub sits upon an old iron chair taking in the garden beauty.

A freshly painted fence gleams from beneath the soft purple blooms.

Take the time to enjoy the beauty that surrounds you:).
Have a blessed day!


lorhen82 said...

Kim, I just love rusty orange colored sun flowers! All of your flowers are beautiful - love the fountain and the cherubs too! That is so unique how the artist painted right onto the bottom of that pitcher...gorgeous! Have a wonderful week, my friend! ~Lori

sepiadreams said...

Love the tour through your lovely garden. Kramer is so sweet. I particularly adore the painted cup with the painting at the bottom....Love Tiina...

Anonymous said...

Absolutely refreshing. I am on my way to art class but had to stop, I knew you had something inspiring on here. I have a question for you? I will post another item my dad gave me and I think he called it a collectible. It is cranberry pitcher with 6 glasses with thumbprint on it. What is the difference in antique and collectible?

TattingChic said...

What a lovely garden! You have so many beautiful cherub ornaments! So pretty! :)

June said...

Hi Kim,
Another lovely stroll through your garden. I so love them. That cider pitcher is beautiful and the painting on the bottom makes it all the more special, don't you think?

crochet lady said...

Beautiful, I like that terra cotta colored rose, kind of a sunset red color.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Kim,

Your garden looks like Paradise.
Love all your beautiful flowers and your roses must be smelling so beautifully.

Also love the cider pitcher your Father gave you.

Have a great week

lady m's lavender cottage said...

What a beautiful walk through your garden...thank you for sharing ;)


lady m

Deanna said...

Lovely, lovely post!
Refreshed after visiting.

Counting Your Blessings said...

I have a ccider pitcher similar to that but yours is softer colors. You can see mine here:

Enjoying browsing through your blog!

Blessings... Polly

Dolly said...

Your flowers and gardens are splendid!
I could sit there all day absorbing all their beauty!