Tag Archive: nature
Well, October clearly slipped away, I knew it would be busy though. Here comes a batch of my favorite photos …read more
It’s really hard to stop taking photos of the sunflowers at this time of year. Every day the weather is different, the flowers have changed, new insects have moved in, the light shifts and changes, fog has setttled in, the air clears. All these things …read more
PATTERN DETAILS As featured on One Thimble’s blog, the Timber! Reading Pillow was designed with little imaginations and modern style in mind. Friendly cubs and chirping birds invite your little one to explore the great outdoors — even while snuggling under a quilt! This pillow is the perfect companion for your Timber! Quilt. It’s complete […]read more
Grab some crayons, print out this fall tree coloring page and get creative with this fun autumn activity sheet. This fall coloring page is also a fun activity sheet to use for counting or color matching. Fall Tree Coloring Page Use crayons or markers, paint and even glitter to decorate this pretty tree. We colored…read more
Fall is finally here and it is time to decorate with warmer colors. This elegant fabric collection and sweet shapes from the GO! Qube Specialty Set-Serendipity by Edyta Sitar are combined to create this elegant topper. The fabrics are from the Dance of the Dragonfly Collection from Benartex which has beautiful, delicate gold details running […]read more
PATTERN DETAILS This machine embroidery design from artist Suzan Lind is called “Single Rose”. It’s a beautiful design that will add fun and freshness to your project! Stitch Count This design contains 2,277 stitches Design Size Height: 3.85 Inches Width: 1.02 Inches Design Formats Included .PEC, .PES, .PCS, .read more
PATTERN DETAILS Your free pattern includes step by step leaf stitch tutorial and pattern sheet, plus instructions to make a scissor keep with your completed stitchery! Download nOwread more
PATTERN DETAILS A sweet little rainbow heart, perfect for children or beginner adults. Canvas size of 4″ x 4″ (designed to fit inside a 4″ hoop) on 14 count Aida, requires 7 colours. You will receive 2 PDF files: one with colour symbols, one with black & white symbols. Download Nowread more
Happy July everyone, and happy 4th of July to my American visitors ! Summer holidays have begun, my eldest turned 15 on June 24th, and took his very first exams on the 29th & 30th. I hope your summer (or winter) holidays are underway as well !
My buddleias have been hosting a bunch of winged visitors, and I wanted to share some photos of them here. I hope you’ll like them.
I hope this little post finds you happy & healthy. I’m considering posting old posts (from the same time but years ago) from past blogs of mine. Would you like it ?
That’s a pretty funny title for a post dedicated to a pretty lovely flower I have decided to include in our brand new flower bed !
“Kiss-me-quick” actually are Centranthus ruber (Valériane rouge en français), a plant that is native of the Mediterranean region, and which can grow from walls, therefore pretty much everywhere. I love their height, their structure & their color. I hope they’ll prosper in our garden !
I wish you all a delightful weekend ahead ! We’ll be voting for our new president here in France.
The holidays are all about tradition. Whether it’s a special pie, your auntie’s fruit cake, holiday linens, or an annual trip to cut down a tree, it’s the traditions that make the holidays special. In 2009 or 2010, a new tradition began in our home, Ch…read more
CLASS OVERVIEW Join internationally renowned bonsai artist and author Colin Lewis in his free mini-class, and learn essential wiring techniques for professional-quality bonsai. Become familiar with the variety of bonsai wires available, and discover the benefits of using annealed wire on your trees. Then, learn how to make heat-annealed copper wire at home, determine the […]read more
Add some natural beauty to your fall wardrobe with this easy to make realistic leaf necklace. Just take a walk outdoors and find a leaf you like to create you own one of a kind necklace. My 4 year old was my inspiration behind this necklace. Every morning she collects leafs before getting on the […]read more