Wednesday, April 28, 2010

One Flower Wednesday-reporting


How wonderful to see all these beautiful hexi-gardens popping up everywhere!
It has certainly added to the delight of making my own hexi-flowers, knowing that I am being joined by so many friends for tea.



This week another two Spotty Dotty Blooms were made pretty effortlessly. Thanks again Karen for the wonderful idea and welcome Jeanette, Jeannet, Betsy, Sheila, Nadine, Terry, Carrie, Jilly, Satu, Simone, Narelle and Anne who have joined us this past week.
I am so looking forward to seeing your gardens grow!

20 comments:

  1. Here also hexaflowers,you see them on a lot of blogs yet.

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  2. Your flowers are beautiful! I will be there for tea. :) Will all your flowers be spotty? I have a green spotty print that I will send to you. Sent me your address via email and I will get it out to you. :)

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  3. I don't know what it is about your blog posts... but as I start to read them I find myself smiling. I love how you set the flowers "about". Have a wonderful day.

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  4. Lovely happy cheerful little flowers- they are a delight!

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  5. I think I'm going to join hexi wednesday too!
    OMG! Just put the volume up, am loving this version of nanourisma.. Simply beautiful.. want,want,want...xx

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  6. Oh, your flowers are lovely -- and what a wonderful setting!!

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  7. Love the way you photograph your flowers.

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  8. Such a lovely setting for tea and stitching! Your photos are lovely. Enjoy your day! THinking of you...

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  9. Lovely flowers Valentina and in a pretty setting. Your photo's would make lovely little cards to send out to stitching friends.
    Love Shirley.

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  10. What a beautiful setting Valentina, lovely pictures! Your flowers are so nice, I love the spot and the centre. Have a great day, Ann x

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  11. OK, honey you definitely have to come here and teach me how to take such wonderful pictures. You've got that magic touch for setting the decor ;>)
    Cuuuute flowers ! Isn't it amazing how we're all becoming "quilt gardeners"? I just find myself dreaming of all those gardens when finished, all different and yet with 2 common ingredients : LOVE & Perseverance...

    XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
    NADINE

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  12. Tea and flowers make such a lovely table setting Valentina. I too was drinking tea as I pieced together two flowers. How delightful the number of gardeners that have joined us. I have a few more to add to the Garden Party list tonight.

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  13. I enjoy the way you photograph your flowers too, does make one smile.

    Blessings,
    Jilly

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  14. Hexie-gardens -- I love it!

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  15. Ditto all the above.

    Your photos are wonderful and inspiring.

    Happy Stitching

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  16. You must have the most beautiful garden Valentina. your photos are so inspiring. The flower hexies are spreading their seeds all over blogland it seems. Isn't it wonderful to be able to motivate each other from all around the world.

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  17. I love your spotty flowers!

    I made my first block yesterday. :)

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  18. Lovely flowers ...
    and I love your table setting :-)

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  19. What can I say that hasn't already been said?! Love the spotty variety hihi as for the pics: absolutely hmmmmmmmm!!!! Dikke knuffel, Daniëlle XXXD

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  20. Another gardener has joined :) Now I need to see what is actually prepped. You photography is delightful!

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