Friday, May 14, 2010

Lakewood May show photos........

These are my "junk gardens"....they didn't photograph so well, but they have little buried treasures around the plants......(the above garden got to go home with Suzanne Duda of Pink Roses. Thanks again!--it's always nice to see you and your lovely daughter!! )




I am always disappointed in how my show photos turn out.....this stuff does look better in person thank goodness......


My flower garland gets sorta lost on this huge frame.


We can't get enough of these blue jars!




A special thanks goes out to Valerie of Iron Accents......we appreciate you shopping with us! (Be sure to check out her website---and stop in the shop in Clermont, Georgia when you travel up 52 between Lula and Dahlonega)

21 comments:

sandra said...

Nancy,
Your booth looks great to me, but you are right, it does look better in person...maybe I think that because then I can be there and touch everything...it's always fabulous! Love your new flowers gardens and your junk gardens. Hope you have a wonderful show.
Hugs,
Sandra

Angela said...

I love, love, love all of it!! The junk gardens are so terrific. I really like that look. I was out in the back yard this morning making a new little flowerbed...I set a washbasin filled with plants in it and I'm using small plates and saucers for edging. Your garland sure looks good!!

trash talk said...

I don't know...it looks pretty dern good to me. Any prettier and I couldn't stand it!
I think your flowers look wonderful in the frame....very ethereal. I'm warning you now...I am stealing...that's right I said stealing...your tiny garden idea. Love IT!
Debbie

afistfullofweeds* said...

It all looks Super awesome to me!! I love it!! Rhonda

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

The photos look pretty durn good to me!

bullie_mama said...

Love your metal flowers, too cute! Especially love your garden in the green & cream enamelware pot! So clever and my favorite color of enamelware! I think your pics are awesome, although it would be too fun to visit in person. One of these days when I head out East! ;-)

Couture de Papier said...

I love your blog and treasures esp tea window?!

TAPESTRIESOFNATURE said...

I LOVE YOUR CREATIVITY! YOU ARE SUCH AN INSPIRATION. AND...I ADORE YOUR JUNK GARDENS.

Pat said...

Well, I must thank Suzanne Duda for leading me to your blog...it's fabulous and I'll be back often to see your lovely ideas! I think your photos are just great!!! pat

countrycharisma said...

Hey Nancy, Love your flowers. They turned out so nice in your displays. Another of your wonders! Sorry I missed you in N-ville. So much water there; and oh so much damage. Nashville will be recovering for a long time. They have been using the fairgrounds as a post for distributing food and supplies. I feel so sorry for families there that have lost so much and now digging out, like Katrina. And of course, most don't have flood insurance because it was a 1000 yr. flood! I have been to Fla. then TX, and Ky this weekend, so I have not been on my computer much. Next time you are up my way, let me know and we will meet up. I think your booth is incredible. You are such a hard worker.

Terra said...

I have been looking through your site and I just am in love with all of your displays and pics of old houses and architecture. So glad I came across you.
terra at www.willowsgrace.blogspot.com

just call me jo said...

I'm a new visitor to your sassy blog. Loved the gardens. I think your pictures are lovely but I'm sure they don't do the creations justice. Everything is divine. I'm following you, OK?

Object of Maya*ffection said...

I LOVE your lil junk gardens...they're adorable! I've done broken dishes in my window boxes but not the other fab "junk"...gonna have to try it :)

Tina said...

I just adore your blog - I blogged about your junque garden and tried one myself. Tell me what you think. Your creativity inspires me.

vintagesue said...

you make me want to move back to georgia just to shop your booth!!!!!!!! so wonderful. i love that you painted all the flowers out the same hue. nice.
when i lived in georgia, i made similar junk gardens too in my yard... so much fun!!!! yours are amazing. i am so glad someone else gets it....and YOU TOTALLY GET IT...so fun and such creativity. you sparkle.
thanks for sharing.
sue

Heidi Meyer said...

Hi Nancy! You booth is by far one of my favorites whenever I get a chance to go to Lakewood. I loved all of your goodies, especially the flower garland! {HUGS} Heidi

Olivia~ said...

MY heavens... do not underestimate yourself, this stuff is amazing, your booth looks great. what you do with your treasures is very cool. stop in and say hi when you get a chance,
hugs,
Olivia

bunnytrails said...

I am so excited to have found your blog. Everything you do is "right up my alley". (no pun intended!) I will be visiting your blog often. Jo Carol Spurlock Abilene, Texas

Ann at the Handley Bungalow said...

CUTE CUTE CUTE - I love how you did the hidden treasures in the planter pots. Everything is so inspiring!

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

I think everything looks just wonderful, but those junk gardens are incredibly brilliant! I love them!!!

Rebecca said...

I enjoyed ALL these pictures! The junk gardens are really a great idea - very creative. Wish I lived closer to see "up close and personal"! But you needn't apologize for any of these :)