Thursday, April 29, 2010

Show and Tell Friday

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I can't believe how fast this week has flown by!!!  Friday's seem to sneak up on me so quickly lately!  This week I'm sharing a plant stand that I bought at Marshalls a couple years ago.  I'm not really sure how it was supposed to be used but I put moss around the bottom and sides and filled it with soil and plants...
It's been in my backyard for awhile now and it's holding up well!
These are actually old photos...I planted impatiens last weekend but they have a ways to go before they look like this...
something to look forward to though!  I LOVE impatiens, they are such sweet little flowers!


If you are joining in on Show and Tell Friday, please remember that your Show and Tell needs to be something from your home or garden. Please read the Show and Tell Guidelines for step-by-step instructions on how to participate.If you would like to join in, please enter your name and leave your exact Show and Tell blog post link, not just your blog link and as a common courtesy link back to my blog. If your link has been removed, please re-read over the guidelines before re-posting, or e-mail me with any questions.Thank you! I look forward to seeing everyone's posts...it may take me awhile to get around to visit everyone since I work full time but I'll do my best to get to your blog as soon as I can!

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43 comments:

Revamped French Maison said...

What I beautiful garden photos you have. I would love to be a part of Show and Tell Friday. That sounds really fun and a great way to get some new ideas too.

Congratulations on returning to school!

Blessings to you and yours,
Shanna@revampedfrenchmaison

Lana said...

1. I love your (old) pictures of the impatiens! I can't wait to see the new ones you planted!
2. Congratulations on going back to school. I have followed you ever since the "Got Dishes?" on RMS and love your blog and think you have true talent! What a wonderful new endeavor!
Hugs and congratulations,
Lana

Carolyn said...

Hi Cindy,
The planter looks lovely with impatients in it!
Thank you for hosting,
Carolyn

HoosierHomemade said...

I can hardly wait for the weather to be warm enough to plant. I love impatiens, with a little fertilizer, they grow like crazy.
Also, Congrats on going back to school! I would LOVE to do that!
Thanks for hosting another great Show & Tell!
~Liz

The Sewing Loft said...

I have planted Impatiens too. They are so pretty. Your photos are great, garden is looking good.

Barb

Bella said...

Hi Cindy..
Jinx you owe me a soda:-) We both posted our non-planter planters too funny! Yours in very lovely!
Congratulations on going to design school! I have followed your blog for a couple of years and you are amazingly talented.. you are a natural! Good Luck!
Bella

Natasha said...

That is such great news about you heading back to the "Classroom"! Well done! I hope that you are blissfully happy on this new and exciting journey.

Thanks for having me again too Cindy. It is always a treat looking at all of your beautiful things!

Best wishes and happy gardening,
Natasha.

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Cindy! I LOVE your very frenchy planter...lovely! And congrats on your return to school! Thanks for being our "hostess with the mostest"! Happy weekend...hugs...Debbie

Marie said...

Hello sweet Cindy - thank you for hosting another fun party! And for me to link up my little chair makeover w/drop cloth.

Love your photos! The impatiens are so pretty. And the iron planter is fabulous!

Blessings,
Marie
http://emmacallsmemama.com

Lenore said...

I've never had impatiens but yours look lovely and the plant stand is just perfect for your yard.
Thanks for hosting this wonderful party every week!

Susan said...

Very nice garden stand, Cindy. Your back patio is very, very pretty. Thanks for hosting this fun Friday Show and Tell. I am loving it! Are you able to visit the people who participate? If you have time, please stop by any time as I would love your visit! Sincerely, Susan

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Cindy, your patio garden is just gorgeous. love the stand and the little bird! Have a wonderful weekend and congrats on your decision to take the plunge with the Interior Design school. Great decision!
hugs,
Debar

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

Very cute stand! I spent a chunk of time today just trying to clean up all the winter debris and weeds around the patio. I just can't wait to get out and do the pretty stuff!

vignette design said...

I always love to see your patio garden. Lovely pictures. Thanks for hosting Show and Tell Friday!

scribbler-unfocused said...

You have done so much with what appears to be such a small space. I love looking at your garden for ideas.

Scribbler

sweet european dreams said...

Hi Cindy. I'm glad I got to join you ladies today. I look forward to reading everyone's entries. Have a fabulous weekend!

Liz said...

Very Pretty! I think you used it perfectly! :)

~Liz

tales from an oc cottage said...

Mr. Birdie has an awesome nest!

m ^..^

Gattina said...

Your plant stand must be quiet old because it has the french lily design
"fleur-de-lis" which is particularly associated with the French monarchy in a historical context.
The stand is made for flower pots. I have one in wood. You decorated it very nicely and the funniest thing is that you have the same bird then I do, although we live so far from each other on an other continent !

MarytheKay said...

Thanks so much for letting me join your linky party!! I am here from Cottage Instincts. And, WOW, I am bowled over by your beautiful blog--and all the great ideas I already see listed!

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

Lovely idea Cindy....thank you for hosting. Do drop by when you get the chance at My Dream Canvas :-)

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Hi Cindy! I see you also like to garden. I like to follow a fellow gardner. You have a great garden. Thank You for hosting today...Julian

shabbyrosetreasures said...

Oh I love the garden planter with all of the pretty flowers! I am excited to hear about your school journey! Hugs and thank you for hosting today.
Stop by if you get a chance!
Blessings,
OLivia

The Unusually Unusual Farmchick said...

I so love things with MOSS in the garden! I am working on a moss covered toad house (base is hollowed out log with a peat moss/cement mushroom shape top). I am planting "chicks & hens in the center and the rest I plan to get moss growing on. What is it about Moss that brings such romantic whimsicle thoughts?!
I think i will be signing up for the Show & Tell Friday. It sounds like Fun.

thedomesticfringe said...

Love your flowers! I really want to plant something, but we are still having frost, so I think I'll wait.

Thanks for hosting this blog party!
-FringeGirl

Denise Marie said...

Looks fabulous, Cindy. You always inspire me to get out in the backyard and make it pretty. I always have to be ready to lose a pot to boys in the hood playing baseball and horsin' around but that is ok. lol

Mary said...

Your patio garden is so beautiful, Cindy! What a delight it must be to sit there on a warm evening and enjoy the lovely flowers!

Leanne said...

Very pretty and Congratulations on oing back to school. Thanks for hosting again this week too.

Leslie, the Home Maker said...

Oh, my!
What a fun party today!
I think I need to get a cup of tea, I will be here awhile.
Thanks for hosting this fantastic party today!
Blessings to your home from mine!

Cass @ That Old House said...

Oh I love impatiens too! Sadly, at That Old House, the deer love them equally as well. So, I confine them to porch pots.

LOVE that plant stand; it looks beautiful -- old, too.

And good luck in school! What a wonderful new adventure.
Cass

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Hi Cindy, you got lovely garden and always an inspiration to me. Infact I just got myself garden furniture so that I can have light meal with my kids at the garden just like you enjoy yours with Lauren.. thanks for hosting this lovely event.. have a good weekend..

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Really like the impatiens in it - such a pretty spot in your garden. Thanks for hosting again this week. Congratulations on going back to school!

Linda Q said...

I always enjoy seeing parts of your garden, so peaceful and pretty. Makes me need to get out and work in mine though, it needs help!
Enjoy your weekend!
Linda

Sylvia (at) Lily's Pad and Petals said...

Love your garden pretties. I love Spring.
Have a great weekend and thanks for hosting.
Sylvia

Mom Walds Place said...

Does this mean that you are impatient for impatiens?!

Marilyn said...

Cindy,

You are just as artistic in your garden, as you are in your home!

As always, you inspire me.

Marilyn (in Dallas)

The Stylish House said...

Cindy,
I think it's wonderful you're returning to school. Interior Design is a fun profession. I had my degree, but returned to school years later to learn AutoCAD.
Best of luck!
Hugs, Cathy

HoosierHomemade said...

Just stopping by to say THANKS for being one of my Top Referrers for April!
~Liz

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

That's about the only flower I don't currently have. Impatiens! Have a great weekend!
Brenda

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Burlap Luxe said...

Hello Cindy,
Just love your show and tell Friday, your site is always at it best of show and tell every day!!

I'll be back to snoop some more, still missing the bay area every time I come to visit your blogs i am reminded of the exciting bay area.

xx
Dore

peggy aplSEEDS said...

i love the way you arranged this planter. you have a lovely home!

Patti said...

LOVE YOUR PICS, YOU HAVE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. THANKS FOR THE TOUR.