Saturday, March 5, 2011




Welcome to Studio Sunday...
I am showing my garden, for my creative post this Sunday, 
of course it is not from this year.
 But I wanted to stress that your art can be any creative endeavor you enjoy. 
 That your gift may come in many different ways. 


Potting Shed




















My studio








Gardening is so therapeutic, there is something healing about digging in the dirt.


















Potting Shed











I will save the cutting garden for another post.

Thank you so much for joining me today. 
Please link up and then visit the others.
Blessings Today, 
Rebecca



42 comments:

  1. Your studio and potting shed are darling and I really enjoyed the tour of your rose garden. What a peaceful place.

    Danielle

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  2. Love your garden, thanks for a bit of summer......

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  3. Oh my goodness...your garden and yard are absolutely gorgeous! And a potting shed to boot! Well you would need one with all of the pretty plants and pots you have. You must get a lot of pleasure out of this. But where do you find the time? You have so much energy, Rebecca! Someday I will have to visit and see your pretty garden in person! :-)

    Xo,
    Jane

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  4. I just added an artwork link! Thanks and I look forward to checking out everyone else's creative projects!

    Diane

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  5. Rebecca, the garden and shed is gorgeous!
    sandi

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  6. Good Sunday Rebecca, Oh how beautiful your garden and studio are. I am longing for green right now as it is snowing like crazy here tonight. Thank you for sharing such beautiful photos. Have a wonderful Sunday and thank you for hosting. Hugs, Terri

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  7. Hi Rebecca,
    Your garden and studio are breathtaking and I so enjoyed the stroll through it. Thank you for sharing. It makes me really look forward to spring more than ever. Thank you for hosting,Rebecca. Have a wonderful SONday.
    Blessings,
    Sonya

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  8. Your garden is just gorgeous. From the beautiful flowers to the wonderful weathered furniture, it is all breath taking.

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  9. SWEET, THIS IS A FANTASTIC GARDEN- LIKE A LITTLE HEAVEN ON EARTH-SO MANY WONDERFULL LITTLE PLACES, BEAUTIFULLY, PACKED WITH ALL KIND OF WONDERFULL PLANTS, AND THINGS,-I WOULD LOVE TO VISIT :)
    YOUR RUSTET CHAIRS ARE ..GORGEUS.. AND THE ROSES,TOO.
    I HAVE LINKED UP ,TODAY- I HOPE IT IS OK, DEAR REBECCA? HAPPY SUNDAY-AND HUGS, DORTHE

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  10. Your garden is so private and beautiful... I could just hide away there and play in the Earth until my heart is content....
    Just Beautiful
    Sandy

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  11. I love the garden!!! It's so dreamy!!! It looks like it's full of secret places, and all the different shades of green! Beautiful!

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  12. Digging in the dirt is good for the soul, but seeing God bless it is wonderful. Maybe that's one way of God getting us on our knees.
    My yard doesn't look that pretty on it's best day!
    Debbie

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  13. This is just what I needed to see to get me out of my winter slump, a BEAUTIFUL garden. I just love all of it, it shows that you love to garden. I have a question though, is your path just set in small stone or is it in cement? I would love to do this in the back yard but I am afraid I will lose the stone in the grass. I am in the stages of planning a hugh garden in my vast backyard and I am in need of inspiration.

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  14. Awh! Your garden is lovely! I could relax there all day and nap!

    I would love to have a garden, all I have is a barren piece of land! Rock hard red clay!

    Theresa
    aka:tot

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  15. How lovely...it is like something out of a fairytale! Thank you for sharing and I hope you are having a great day!

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  16. Oh you have to know that this post really got me!! Absolute creativity at it's best Rebecca! Every picture held so much beauty, and I loved every single aspect of your garden. Your potting shed is so lovely and of course I adore your studio. Everything you do is beautiful. You really are a true artist!

    We made our reservations for our rooms for Farm Chicks! I am so excited! See you there
    hugs to you...

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  17. Beautiful, beautiful garden! Looking at those pictures made me dream of spring. We have cold and rain today.
    XOXO
    Ido

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  18. This is one of the most beautiful yards/gardens I've ever seen. (It is "my" style - and full of delights for my eyes.)

    One question: What is the underlay of your paths? What are the stepping stones laid on? (I'm after that look. I don't want highly defined borders for my paths but don't want a lot of weeds growing up through the stepping stones, etc.) If you have time, would you email me any suggestions you have? gatesmc@juno.com or answer at sceneinourgarden.blogspot.com Thanks!

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  19. Hi Rebecca,

    Your garden is so beautiful, and should be in a glossy magazine if it hasn't already. I love the sweet potting shed and the gorgeous roses.
    I loved taking a stroll around today and thanks for showing us around.

    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  20. Thanks so much for sharing your garden with us. I so enjoyed the visit and I am looking forward to spending time in our garden soon. We have had a few hints of spring. I will link my latest sewing project up. My sewing and creating space is filled with projects waiting to be worked on when there is time.

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  21. Oh my, Rebecca! I just popped over from Dorthe. Now I'm really excited. My husband was just talking about building a shed this summer. You've given me lots of ideas! Your gardens are lovely. Have a great week! Terri

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  22. Love your garden Rebecca, and the potting shed. I have a potting shed now that my husband built for me and it's adorable. When we move, I won't have one :-( I will miss it for sure. I can't wait for the flowers to start blooming.

    Cindy Bee

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  23. And NOW I really have spring fever!
    Really, it is beautiful...but what I really want to know is WHEN do you have time to work in your flowers, too?...My flower-gardener is the one that just got married...trying to figure out how to fit that in now....Have a great week!
    Rene

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  24. Hi Rebecca. I'm so inpsired by your yard! I can't wait to try and make our yard into something beautiful.

    I'm terribly late joining the party this week but I can't wait to go visit everyoine. Blessings... Polly

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  25. Oh my, this is so dreamy to me! You are such a lucky gal to have something like this to look at/walk through/escape in.....Everything is so beautiful about this post! Would love to have you link this to Cottage Flora Thursdays' sometime??? xoxo

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  26. These photos are torturing me!!! I want spring and it's snowing here today again! I just wanted to let you know that I finally was able to post about my wonderful goodies from you on my blog. Thank you again Rebecca for such a generous giveaway!

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  27. Oh so lovely, I can almost smell the roses. I'm here in MN still under feet and feet of snow with possibly another foot falling tomorrow...this post reminds me that spring will definitely come...even if I have to wait until May for it! Thank you!

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  28. Oh, wow! Way to make us want spring and summer even more! LOL I adore your potting shed. Everything's just wonderful.

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  30. Your garden is glorious. And that potting shed...swoon.

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  31. One of the things I love to do is linger as I walk through beautiful places. It's like I get a transfusion as I replace the cares of my life by focusing on what is good. Thank you for sharing your place of transfusional beauty with me. I lingered and enjoyed.
    Hugs
    Becky

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  32. oh I just noticed I am on your blog list- I am so thrilled and honored, thanks...

    Karen

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  33. So I'm sitting here and wondering....if I sat in your garden and waited for you....would I get to meet you then? I mean "she" left and didn't tell me "she" was coming to visit YOU! I'm trying hard not to pout but it's hard. Especially when "she" told me that you were such good company AND you had lunch AND you went junking. Hmfph - and folks wonder why I write the blog and not "her".....obviously "she" is not such a great communicator having left out some VERY important agendas in the trip.

    Well none the less, purrs...

    Romeo

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  34. Oh, those roses! Wow!! I love how you stress that art can be any creative endeavor. So true... many people often tell me they aren't creative. I tell them that you just have to find what you are passionate about.
    But you seem to be gifted in so many areas!! Thank you again for sharing.
    -karin

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  35. I was just visiting 'Maude' over at Sandi's blog and your comment was just above mine. Sometime made me click on your pic and what a surprise I had. I do believe you are the sweetie from my post today. Loved seeing more photos from your garden and the little peek into the shed. Now I will have to add your link to my post.
    Blessings ;-)

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  36. You have me excited for my most unfavorite season.
    I LOVE the rock path and that is the cutest potting shed every.

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  37. OMG!!!!!

    What a " To Die For" garden you have!! Your potting shed is just Drop Dead Gorgeous!! You have inspired me in so many ways! I have a very small yard since I live in a townhouse. We recently lost our dear dog and we will not be getting another one so i have decided to turn my little back yard into an English Garden.
    Thanks for so many great ideas!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  38. I am so in love with your garden what an inspiration! It's exactly what I have dreamed about all my life. Thanks for sharing!!

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  39. I adore studio tours. Your yard is so wonderful you inspire me. I have to wait a month or two for a real thaw but you have started me dreaming again.

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  40. This is beautiful! I bet you live out there!

    Crystelle
    http://www.crystelleboutique.com/

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