Saturday, 7 March 2015

Trying to be spring!

Its so nice to see the beginnings of spring. New buds forming on my hydrangeas. My little growing collection of house plants all in flower. I have never really been a fan of houseplants I always gotten my plant fix straight from the garden, but since having a baby this has changed. Not being able to frequent the garden as often as I like, and to sit in the garden at my leisure.

I recently brought these little beauty's how cute are the illustrations on the pots, I think they are super!!  Inspired by the there colours, here is a little bunting to brighten up even further the my little porch area which they entertain.






What ever your doing this week enjoy a little creativity xxx

P.S look out for my vintage craft item sale coming soon to raise money for Kenya. Some really good bargains to be had !!

19 comments:

  1. I agree the colors are gorgeous ! Have a lovely week end !

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  2. Great artwork on the pots and I love the bunting.

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  3. It's all looking very springy there now. Enjoy those pretty little pots.

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  4. I think your pots on your sill are just fantastic!!! A perfect way to bring the garden in to enjoy! And your bunting is lovely!! Happy weekend you! Nicole xo

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  5. Everything is looking like Spring in your home with lots of beautiful, bright colours. It is lovely that you can grow and enjoy some indoor plants so that you don't miss out on the "garden feel". Sadly I can't grow any indoor plants as it is often just too cold inside and not enough sunshine coming in from the northern exposure. Even garden outside is challenging due to the lack of direct sunshine. There are some benefits like not being too hot indoors in the summer heat. Enjoy your plants. The gardens outside will be blooming soon. When you take a walk with baby you can enjoy other people's gardens :-)

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  6. I love spring!

    And isn't it great that you can put the plants from your first pic after they are done blooming for this year in your garden to have them bloomin for years to come?

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  7. You are a creative lady for sure and the colors are great. For the little space they take up the little plants add so much to the atmosphere. Very nice!

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  8. It's looking very pretty over there with your sweet springtime decorations! Love those pots Joy! xo

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  9. It's looking very pretty over there with your sweet springtime decorations! Love those pots Joy! xo

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  10. Enjoy your blooms. It's definitely looking like Spring at your house.
    xx Beca

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  11. Hi Joy, so nice catching up with you.. the house plants looks so lovely in their tiny pots. The bunting does brighten up your porch.. Have a lovely day! cheers:)

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  12. Spring is springing with you lovely photos full of colour x

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  13. Hi jabbott, Just stopping by to wish you a fine weekend. Hope you and the little one are doing well. Thank you for all your kind comments on my blog. John

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  14. Hi jabbott, A Happy St Patrick's Day to you too! :-) Thank you! John

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  15. Hi Joy, Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    I'm enjoying warmer temperatures and sunshine here.

    I've posted an update on Kenyan missions at my blog. Please drop by whenever you have a free moment. Hugs. xx

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  16. Lovely cheery posts. I love the wee pots your spring flowers are in and your bunting is very sweet. Have a great week.
    Marianne x

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  17. Hi jabbott, I see that Joyful calls you Joy so may I do that in the future? :-) Just wanted to thank you for your comments on my blog and wish you and your family a fine weekend. John

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  18. Hello, I love your crochet, it is beauty, I love this colors, I follow your blog, I have a blog about crochet with free patterns and free crochet diagrams, visit me , hugs from Brazil.
    Visite meu blog - Tita Carré - Crochet

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