Thursday, 4 September 2014

Childhood Haunts

a nosegay, tussie-mussie or posy of Convolvulous tricolour Royal Ensign from the garden 
are on the agenda but I will be back soon♡

16 comments:

  1. Hello Rosemary, Such vibrant colors--really woke me up today. Have a good break--looking forward to seeing you have in store for us.
    --Jim

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  2. That is beautiful. Enjoy your childhood haunt...look forward to see what you will show us...

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  3. Hello Rosemary,
    A virtual bouquet to you also today! Enjoy revisiting your childhood......always fun!

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  4. Dear rosemary, what a pretty picture. I love these smaller versions of morning glory...wish they would stay open in the evenings.
    Have a wonderful visit to your childhood haunts.

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  5. Oh so beautiful picture...so colorful! Love it!
    Have a great thursday Rosemary, take care...
    Love Titti

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  6. Such an unusual but very beautiful picture, love tussie-mussies, especially in this royal blue colour.

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  7. Looking forward to see what you will show us. Enjoy your break!

    Madelief x

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  8. What a lovely and colourful applique!!! And your morning glories are so beautiful!!!!!
    Looking forward to your next post, dear Rosemary!

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  9. Now I wonder if this handsome fabric is a clue?

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  10. This is pure mystery but the fabric is lovely :-)

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  11. Such a beautiful fabric. Have a great time, Rosemary!

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  12. I’ve never seen morning glory like yours, Rosemary, they are awesome! You nicely let them join in some flowers appliqued on the fabric. I’m curious of your childhood haunt. See you soon.

    Yoko

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  13. Beautiful colors. Top.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  14. How beautifully they go together.

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