Wednesday, March 14, 2012

More Peat Pots and Lavender

First of all, I have to say that you guys are the best.  Thanks for the well wishes after my post last night.  I feel better today.  I basically lounged around most of the day on my comfy couch, drank plenty of fluids, and ate well.  I have to do that more often.  I'm notorious for wearing my resistance down.  I also played with more peat pots and lavender while kicking back.  I've found it to be very therapudic.




Gesso, lace, lavender, and decoupage were my choices for this one.














I have plenty more to get to, but I'm doing it from the comfort of my couch.  Still chillin'.




I have a really cute footstool redesign to share next.  See ya soon.

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35 comments:

  1. Wow, Rosemary, you really do come up with the best ideas!
    I love these little peat pots, they certainly don't look like peat pots any longer.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  2. Those are so pretty! Glad you are feeling better. Can't wait to see the footstool:)

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  3. Glad to hear you are feeling better, Rosemary! I am a total baby when I don't feel good. I don't do much except watch TV when I'm sick. Your peat pots look great. I still have half a package here to do.

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  4. I'm glad you are feeling better today and these are simply amazing!

    I have painted some peat pots white before, but your transfers and lace additions are really stunning:-)

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  5. Rosemary where do you come up with these ideas.They look lovely.Glad you are feeling better.

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  6. Glad you're feeling better and still chillin'.

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  7. Wow Rosemary what a creative way to use peat pots!!

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  8. Glad you're feeling better, Rosemary. Sure love your peat pots. The rectangular ones add nice variety.

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  9. LOve the little pots , they are so chic!!! Blessings Lori

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  10. Wow, Rosemary these are just lovely. I love all your choices here. These would make great Easter Baskets too. Thanks for sharing. I really do get inspired when I visit you. Glad you are feeling a little better today.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  11. Sooooo romantic and sweet, Rosemary! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  12. Oops.....forgot to tell you that I missed your post about not feeling well. So glad that you're almost back on your feet!!! ♥

    xoxo laurie

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  13. I ADORE these Rosemary! Especially the smal ones with the lavender tucked in....so simple & easy ~ LOVE it! Sorry you haven't been feeling well, must be going around. My son has been home for two days, and counting...BUT I think I might sneak out and get some peat pots so I can create tomorrow!!
    Feel better soon!

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  14. These are adorable, Rosemary! I think I need to go shopping for some peat pots!!!

    Glad to hear you are feeling better! A day of rest will do wonders!

    Hugs!
    Lori

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  15. oh my Rosemary!! These are absolutely beautiful!!!! I may have to borrow this... to display some items here. LOVE THEM!! Thanks sooo much for sharing!!! Glad to hear your feeling better!!

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  16. OK really Rosemary? You are feeling under the weather and you still create these amazing peat pots? You are the bomb girl!

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  17. Found your site when visiting The Frugal Tree Blog/Frugal Interior designs. Beautiful artistic idea's and views..very nice!

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  18. Hi Rosemary,
    This little peat pots are just the sweetest little thing!
    Love them!!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  19. I love these peat pots, Rosemary! :D So cute!!!

    xo,
    RJ

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  20. looks like spring has sprung at the villa!!

    we need to catch up!

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  21. You are so busy

    and you have the cutest peat pots of anybody
    I was digging in the dirt yesterday it was 89 here

    take care of yourself now

    Janice

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  22. Your little pots are so cute....you come up with such clever ideas!!! Glad to hear you are feeling better :o)
    ~Des

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  23. Glad you are up and feeling better! You're creativity never ceases to amaze me! I love the blue decoupage writing on the peat pots!

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  24. I hope your feeling better!
    These are just darling. I have a few more I need to play with!

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  25. I'm glad to hear that you are starting to feel better!
    These pots are really fabulous, I can see a lot of design variations!

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  26. So glad that you're starting to feel better. I used to say that sometimes if I get sick, it's God's way of slowing me down. ha! Glad that you're taking care of yourself. Those new peat pot projects are so cute.

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  27. These are so elegantly pretty! Love the touches of lavender! I'm glad you're taking it easy and starting to feel better.

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  28. These are totally adorable!

    xo
    Pat

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  29. Wow !! I just love your peat pots what a great idea. Just found your lovely blog and wish you the best.




    blessings
    Bernice

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  30. How lovely, what a great use of pots.

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  31. Rosemary, I am so impressed with your creativity. These are sooo adorable. xo, Sherry

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  32. These are beautiful! I think I now know what I will do for my Easter tablescape! These would be adorable with moss and jelly beans to look like easter egg baskets.
    Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  33. Wow! That's all I have to say, I love these peat pots, you have some great ideas! I always look forward to checking out your blog, it's so inspirational.

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