Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Note Card Party... enter through the garden gate

Enter through the garden gate, where hearts delight and hands create


It's time for Vee's Note Card Party .  Here four of my photos that I would certainly use as note cards, heck may do it tomorrow.  I need to write a few notes.


You can tell I've been working in my mess of a garden and wishing this is what it looked like.  Clearly I need some statuary.  Statues always make things look more elegant. Wonder if they would let me bring my wagon on the bus?

In the shadow of a friend
Green is my valley

We're gathering in the garden, won't you join us?


Just to clarify, this is NOT my garden, but I wish...

18 comments:

Donna said...

Oh, I adore those photos of statuary! I'm planning on stealing that first one, so no need to take your cart over to it! LOL...

Dawna Motz said...

You have so many pretty spots in your garden. Stopping by from Vee's notecard party. Thanks for sharing!

Lynn@Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

All fun pics! That first gate is amazing:@)

Vee said...

I agree...statuary or some element besides flowers and greenery sure adds to the mood of a garden. Lovely note cards! Hope that you do make up a set.

bj said...

Lovely statuary...and beautiful pictures for some great note cards.:)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These would make fabulous cards! I love the lush greenery...I love summer time scenes!

Pamela Gordon said...

Lovely statuary photos. Have a great day. Pamela

Peggy Jones said...

Yes the statues complete the scenes. Fun selecting photos for cards I think.
QMM

Sally said...

Love the statues w/ all the greenery. So fresh and beautiful!

Susan Nowell @ My Place to Yours said...

I love the elegance of statuary in a garden!

Carol said...

The garden statues are so pretty!

Smiles,
Carol

bermudaonion said...

I need some statuary too!

Lavender Cottage said...

I love statuary in a garden for focal points, or a surprise to find hiding under a few leaves. I am a big fan of wrought iron and have fencing as well as many garden art features made of it.
The gate is awesome, I'd trade mine for it in a minute.

Lorrie said...

Statuary like yours adds real elegance to a garden, I think. Love the photos.

Vicki said...

I think they all would make beautiful note cards!

Erica (Irene) said...

I love statues....I actually inherited 2 antique ones from my Brother's in Laws when they moved out of Oakville...and another one my husband bought me when my Mom passed away a Cherub sitting on a bench.
Yes these would make great cards....I'm sure your garden looks lovely.

Grace Bailhache said...

Hello Irene,

Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting the postcard meme. I agree with you in those points statues always make things look more elegant even the smallest one, and I also wish I had a garden like this.

It's definitely a enchanting share.

Grace

Jenny the Pirate said...

Oooh dear Irene, I wish any one of those were my garden too. With someone else to take care of it.

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