Thursday, March 31, 2011

Picture Playing!

I am now able to upload images via blogger, but had to go into settings and revert back to posting in old editor to do it. Would much prefer to be able to do it through Picasa as it's so much quicker and I can do more with the photos (make Bigger and upload more than 4 pics at a time) A picture from the sewing room. the little girl is so sweet and dances when you touch her!
From the sewing room deck. Not alot in flower at the moment...only the red salvia which has been in flower for months!! The cubby house in the background where I once did my folkart painting... as you can see the door badly in need of a re coat!
Red Bottle brush 'Captain Cook' also just off the deck, only a few flowers left for the birds to enjoy!


By For Now


Lisa

9 comments:

Val said...

Hi Lisa, I love looking around your place. I don't quite understand why you want to upload more than 4 photos at a time. I usually put my photos in one at a time as I write my blog. It only takes a few seconds for each photo.

BubzRugz said...

Love these new stitcheries... and your garden.....
Hugz

Clara said...

Don't ask me about uploading pictures! I just can manage few things about the blog!!! I do like your framed flowers, the stitchery is so nice. Take care and enjoy your stitching, Clara.

Isabella said...

Really nice yet again Lisa

Sunshine & Fabric said...

Lovely pics....did you do the folk art on the stitchery frame too? What's the pattern of the stitchery? You have a lovely outlook from your sewing room.

Patricia said...

What a lovely view from your sewing room.....

love the stitchery....

Susan In Texas said...

Your garden looks so lush - love that salvia. It's spring here in Texas, soon to be broiling summer I suppose, but I'm enjoying it now. Not much in bloom though.

Thanks for sharing,
Susan in Texas

Bird on the Border said...

You have a lovely garden, aren't bottle brushes beautiful. I love the Hanna Ray it always flowers well here.

Josie said...

Your sewing room with deck and garden is just to die for. Don't suppose you want to swap!!
Love your framed stitchery too. Really pretty treatment on the frame. You are tempting me to dust off my paint brushes.