Well, I've done it.
I couldn't resist any longer.
I've planted out our runner beans lol.
They are squashed into the tiniest plot imaginable that we made up for them, so it will be interesting to see how they do, or even if they survive. 'Specially having been planted out in April which is a first for us :o)
Please ignore next doors falling down fence which (until we just popped that ugly piece of batten against it) just kept falling everywhere when a breeze took it :)
At least the beans will cover up the fence...hopefully:o)
These are right outside the kitchen window, so I will remember to water them every morning before the sun's too high... (if you water at night it brings all the slitheries out ...)
And before I'd finished I already had a little gardening friend come and join me :)
Well, two actually..
I just had to show you this pansy. It's beautiful petals are all velvety if you look close, it's just so pretty.
I haven't been doing much crafting during the school holidays.
Although I did manage to make some more bunting, and I've listed it on etsy.
I listed this ballerina one, some cottage garden flowers bunting, and some liqourice allsorts bunting.
Unfortunately blogger won't let me load any more photos, so you'll have to have a quick peek in my etsy shop if you would like to have a look at them:o)
Ooooo, guess what else happened. I was so chuffed about this you would have thought I'd made it myself! LOL
Take a look here
A good few weeks back, (you may remeber I blogged about the like new vintage retro style sheet set I'd got) this lovely 'Brit Abroad' bought the vintage sheet set from my etsy shop, and these are the results.
Well that's it today. Back to the normal routine for two days, then another four day holiday :o)
Lets hope this glorious sunshine stays with us for the weekend.
Take care all of you.
Love Donna xxx