Saturday, August 28, 2010

Fun with Felt


I had a fun day this week making these felt balls with Sandrine. It was hard to make them all the same size, so there are some big ones, some little ones and some in-between.

What's blooming in my garden now? It is nearly springtime here.


This one is a viburnum. It is a great filler in bouquets, with it's frothy white and pink flowers and dark green foliage.


Jasmine - she is very fragrant. And is a mad rampant vine that tries to climb up everything. (and all through a nearby hedge too!)


Cream freesias. They are my only 'spring bulb' that will grow successfully here in sub-tropical Queensland. A wonderful perfume too. I look forward to them popping up along the hedge every year.

I must go now, as I have some cake baking to do.
Tomorrow will be exciting - we are taking the MIL whalewatching out from Mooloolaba.
Cheerio for now,
Sandi x
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5 comments:

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

When I think of Australia, I think of Jasmine and Agapanthers (sp?), I love them both and but they don't overwinter here. Your garden is beautiful. Autumn is coming to our hemisphere - garden mums are very popular.

Linda said...

Cute felt balls. What are you going to do with them?
Great colors.


Beautiful flowers...thanks for sharing your gardent with us.

Sarah said...

Those felt balls look great. What do you plan to do with them?

Oh wow all your flowers are amazing...

Lynne said...

As springtime comes to you, we welcome the autumn! Already the changes become apparent.

Suzie said...

Neat felt balls! And beautiful flowers, the viburnun is so delicate.
Baking, hmm, I've been baking, too!