March 02, 2009

Someone's Garden

Dorothy's Garden:

My garden (while the storm was still going on):

Pink's Garden:

20 comments:

Margaret said...

Glenna, it's sooooooo gorgeous! And your bunny looks so right there in front of the pretty floweryness! :D

Siobhan said...

Glenna, love the garden! It's beautiful. Love the snowy garden, too! :)

bunnygirl said...

Hi, Pink! You look happy to not be out in Mom's snow-garden today.

Tammy said...

Isn't the snow lovely?? Dot's garden is soooo pretty! And poor little Pink! So sweet.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

BRRR to the snow garden, very pretty though as is Dorothy's. SO nice PInk has his own!

Melissa said...

It's looking wonderful!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....

hunker down!

Stay warm Pink!

Annemarie said...

Wow. You must have some of the finest landscape designers working for you!

Fez and the Gang said...

We like Pink's garden best! The snow wasn't so pretty here... we aren't spoiled with a nice yard like you, Pink!

Julie said...

That is a really beautiful piece you are working on.

As to the snow garden, I am thankful to be living in Florida. I don't miss the cold, snowy days of Michigan at all (just some of the people I left behind).

Pink is adorable!

Craft-i-leigh said...

That is such a gorgeous piece.
I am new to the world of stitching and have been browsing various blogs to try and gain some knowledge and get some tips / ideas. I originally started with a stamped, then counted “kits”. I’m working on my 2nd chart and have noticed some big differences in floss types and quality.
My Cross Stitch Mentor has told me that I’m ready to graduate from Aida, but I really like Aida. Maybe it’s just beginner’s comfort???
If you would answer my question… What type of fabric or fabrics do you prefer and why? Brands and counts?
I would appreciate any advice, thanks!

The Scarlett House said...

Beautiful, Glenna. I love that red door! It is so hard for me to believe that it is still cold and snowy in other parts of the country. It was near 90 here yesterday, and my garden is loving it.

quiltcat said...

That garden is growing beautifully! and Pink is soo cute. The kitties and i have given you an award that you can pick up on my blog.

Maren said...

Dorothy's garden is gorgeous! LOL, and so is Pink's.

acereta said...

The Garden design is beautiful, and the rabbit too!

thefluffies said...

Yeah, nice gardens. We like Pink's garden ;D

acereta said...

Dear Glenna, thanks for commenting my blog. As for the needlework shops in Moscow, there are some but usually it's knitting and cross-stitch shop at once, like DMC shop, or "Zolotoe Runo" (Golden Fleece) or "Igolochka" (needle) and others. Do you eant me to make some pictures for you? I can't do it very fast though, having flue and a lot of translation work to do... I have no idea when I'll go next to such a shop, with a camera. As for my English, I am translator by profession (Italian, English), for last 6 years I mostly translated from Italian, and I I am not as fluent in my English as I was when translating all the time for americans and british people... but as far as this is my profession, I have to speak the language well.

:: wee bird :: said...

wow what a beautiful garden..where did you find that chart? must put it on my list!
glad to see someone else has a ton of snow still..I feel like it'll never leave

samplerlover said...

Hi Glenna, yes my sampler is by Scarlet Letter. I think it's one of their newer ones.
Your Dorothy's Garden is really beautiful. Who is it by.
What a lot of snow you have had. Love the bunny.
Thank you for stopping by - Sandra.

FrecklesandDeb said...

It's lovely to think about gardens and dream about spring coming so we can enjoy our gardens again!