Hi!

Hi ya'll!
One word to sum up my week.
Patience.

Patience (adj.) Capable of bearing affliction, delay, etc. with calmness.
Thank goodness I have not had to bear affliction this week.
Just the wait...

So while I am learning some of life's great lesson's here
 I will show you the wire conservatory.
I aged it up a bit and was pleased on how it turned out.
Eargerly I headed to the local nursery to fill her with
fresh herbs in cute clay pots.
That didnt happen as you can see here.
No fresh herbs to be found.
Patience.

So I filled her...
plastic plants and a bunny.
Gotta love it!
The end..

30 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! Love the bow on the bunny.

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  2. Love how it came out. The decor with the bunny and the greens is so nice. Makes me think of spring.

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  3. I am waiting on spring with my arms crossed and my toe tapping.

    Cha Cha

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  4. I love how it looks. I have some scraps of wood and chicken wire and the wheels are turning. I would love to make one of these.

    Ruth

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  5. Love it! The bunny and plants look so nice in it. And when herbs are in season they will look great too:)
    ~Debra
    Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

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  6. I never thought it would be so good to see a bunny...in a cage no less...but I am READY for some spring around here! Love it, I think it looks fabulous! Maybe thats what I need to do to break out of these dreary IL days...bust out the Easter decor! Thanks for inspiring me! ;o) ~mary~

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  7. Oh, Susie, it's so pretty!!! :) I just love it!

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  8. Susie~~~

    I love the conservatory and how it looks with the bunny and faux greenery. In the long run you probably will be happier you don't have fresh herbs because they have to be watered. I usually keep them near the sink. But with some patience, I guess you could do it! ;-)

    xoxo
    Janie

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  9. I think that we could all use a lesson in patience:) I know that I could. I love what you did with the bunny and putting it on the top of the frig.

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  10. Love "the end" of your post. too cute!!
    conservatory is darling!!

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  11. very cute! but i am liking the herb idea! xo

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  12. Hi Susie! Oh, this looks great! I love what you've done to the 'cage'! :) Little bunny is so sweet sitting among the fauxs. My story is I love my fauxs and my fauxs love me! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  13. Precious...as are you.

    I am loving Beth's book--read some during a planning period today at school. So many truths! So glad that I read your post about it a few weeks ago. Ready for warm weather!!
    Hugs!
    Susan

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  14. Awww that's adorable!!! Good job!

    Suzanne

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  15. Works for me! Looks great white. So much fresher and ready for Spring.

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  16. Love it. It turned out so good.

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  17. Well Hi back at ya!!!!! I love it. Looks great!!!!!

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  18. Well Hi back at ya!!!!! I love it. Looks great!!!!!

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  19. It's so cute! But of course, you should know that I just ♥ that conservatory that I always just call your wire box thingy. :)

    Hey, head over to the giveaway on my blog. You can enter to win a cute pillow while you wait! :)

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  20. Love it! Love it! Love it!

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  21. This is adorable - thank you for a cheery look on my day! Jennifer stop by and visit!

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  22. It turned out great Susie and I love the little bunny~ so perfect!!

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  23. The aged look is cool! And I never would've known those were plastic plants.

    Why is it that when we know we need patience what we get is a chance to exercise it?

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  24. Do you know how much I love visiting here...Your photos are fab, girl! Well, officially back..
    I would love for you to come over and see my redo on the bakery area I had a few years ago...I made it into a built in hutch!
    I'd love to know what you thought! :) Oh, And I have made 3 signs for friends...They saw my hand painted work like the Patasserie (bakery area) and asked me to do something for them...I need to see if I can find the photos and see what you think of them...:)I'll search for them today!

    I have another blog too...This Family's Gone Crackers...It is a comical journey of a family (mine) who is INSANELY going gluten free...www.thisfamilysgonecrackers.blogspot.com

    Love ya, Meme

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  25. Now I am anxious for Easter!!!

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  26. Love this...I just bought some seed packets at Walmart of herbs to plant.

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  27. I love that! And your mirror came out great!

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