Welcome to Boxwood Cottage!

So glad that you found me! My blog is about everything I love like gardening, decorating my home & garden and crafting. Although I'm from Germany I write my blog in English so that hopefully every visitor can read it. Hope you'll stay a while and will leave me a comment so that I know that you were here! xoxo Carola

Monday, November 14, 2005

Saved from the frost!


Yep they say it'll freeze at night this week! I'm glad my garden is prepared!

7 comments:

ms*robyn said...

are they hydrangeas? I love them dried! oooh it must be cold there, lucky you - we are going into our summer

abe/happy said...

Hi Carol..Im glad you understood my very bad German lol..

I did come across your blog awhile back.

Glad I found it again.

seeya :)

Emkay said...

Hi Carol,

i made my way to your blog. Do you keep the heart outside? It´s very lovely.

Emkay

Lady Laurie said...

Hi Carol,
The pictures of your garden are so pretty and your altered book is just fabulous.

Maggie Ann said...

Your hydrangeas are the most wonderful colors and once again...you've made a beautiful sight for the eyes! Referring back to a comment about magazines...really, are scrapbooking magazines not published much in Germany? What type of crafting is popular where you live?

Carol said...

Yes Robyn they are and they are dry now. I've only had a few this year but my mums garden ist full of hydrangea bushes and she made me the wreath.

Hi Abe/Happy again lol *waves* I'm glad you've found me! See ya!

Hi Emkay, welcome to my blog! No I keep them in the house now. It's raining outside. Thank you! :D

Laurie I'm very happy that you like my alterd book so much :D

Maggie Ann thank you again! No scrapbooking isn't really popular here, people here like to do things with paper napkins oops it's difficult to explain in English. They cut the pictures they like out of them and then they glue them on plant pots or other things and then they paint them over with lack (laquer?)to make them weatherproof. It's a technique which is very popular, but I dont like it. I think it's mostly kitsch. And another thing which became really popular is to make lampshades from vellum paper or to paint specified motives on canvas, which you can all buy in craftshops.

zephyr said...

simply beautiful!!
ooohhh what eye candy!!

And i just want to say what a delight it is to "drop in" and see what marvelous things you are sharing with us...seeing your Christmas treasures fits right in with where my head and heart are going at this time. i will begin putting out things next week.

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