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Friday, May 20, 2011

A WEEK OF VIGNETTES #6

Welcome to "A Week of Vignettes" #6
If you have been following, welcome back.
If you are new to the post let me tell you; I have been busy have a great time getting our summer porch ready for the season. I have been posting a vignette daily. If you would like to see posts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 click on home at the end of this post to see them all at once. This vignette greets our visitors when they come up onto the deck before entering the porch.
A large planter filled with silk greenery and a basket of sea (lake glass) and found tiny glass bottles from the beach. In the basket is more pine cones and tree bark. The garden lantern sits upon the rail and lights the way for our friends and family. These are just added photos of a few bird houses I have around the yard. I love to collect bird houses... This one is a gas station. The birds have to have places to live, too. Stay tuned for vignette #7 I have joined up at Inspiration Friday at Common Ground Thanks for stopping by. Michele

6 comments:

Carla said...

Another great piece to your collection. everything looks so warm and enviting, would love to see everything in person....you do great stuff, and looks like you have alot of fun doing it too!

Just me said...

I'm loving these vignettes and those bird houses are too cute!

Carla said...

Michelle, that dress form DIE is Tim Holz sizzix die.........
thanks for leaving me a comment! HUGS..........hope you have a gret weekend!

Karen said...

Your vignettes are wonderful!! I'd love to be where you are. It reminds me a little of where I grew up in east Texas.
I'm your 101st follower. I'll be back!
Karen
Ladybug Creek

Mary said...

Love your pictures, your vignettes are gorgeous, what great photography! Thanks for sharing at Common Ground's Vintage link, I'm "following" you now!

Debra@Common Ground said...

So welcoming, and I LOVE your birdhouse!! Thanks for linking up with VIF! xo Debra