I have a *thing* for gardening gloves. . .
I can’t resist picking up a pair blooming with flowers. . .
Or with a pretty garden green pattern. . .
Or with birds.
I have a hard time using them when they’re pristine and new. . .
When the gloves I use look like this. ;)
We’ve had a mild winter overall, with temperatures in the 60s and 70s recently that have my thoughts turning to spring.
My Potting Shed provides a place to putter and play inside and when I need a little flower therapy, so I gathered my blooming tole trays and transferware . . .
A bunch of $4 spray roses from the grocery store at a little past their peak. . .
But pretty in a shabby, time-worn way like the transferware.
A favorite stamped spoon marker is a garden metaphor for life. . .
“Love what you grow and what you love will grow”.
The winners of a copy of She Shed: A Room of Your Own are
Carolyn Veith and
editor’s pick Michele @ Finch Rest
I’ll be in touch with you all by email and get your books shipped to you!
Thank you to Erika Kokite for including my Potting Shed in her book and to Cool Springs Press/Quarto Publishing for providing me with these books to giveaway! She Sheds: A Room of Your Own is available at Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, and Indie Bound.
Thanks to all who entered!
Potting Shed 2016 Year in Review with highlights from the seasons and holidays can be found, HERE.
Keep Calm and Garden On ;)