Friday, November 26, 2010

silver...colourful Friday!!

“Clouds may come, but clouds must go, and they all have a silver lining. 

For behind each cloud you know, the sun, or moon, is shining.”

...nothing but silver/grey clouds!

...silver in my garden! 

...this silver star is a little rusty!

...little frog came all the way from Kalbarri in WA!
Wonderful beautiful!

...and silver inside! silver stars!!

...silver thimble collection!!

...and of course the thimble that's never far away!!


Karen said...

A lovely collection of silver, Christine. Gorgeous thimbles - you are quite a collector! Love the mosaic table too.

Sweet Cinnamon Stitches said...

Lots of lovely silver...the last thimble has beautiful detail.

Anita said...

Hi Christine, Those thimbles are to die for!! I love thimbles. You have quite a collection of silver there. Kind regards, Anita.

Melody said...

Lots of gorgeous silver at your place.

Narelle said...

What a lovely collection of silver items!
Love your thimbles.

Anonymous said...

I just LOVE your thimbles, awesome collection. Great photos :-)

Robyn G. said...

Oh Christine, I think I'd really enjoy your garden...such beautiful silver inside and out!
I adore dragonflies and your 'close by' thimble. Lovely!

fairchildstreet said...

Wow lots of lovely silver and love the photos. Charmaine

Joke said...

Hi Christine,

So nice of you to drop by at my blog to say hello. But you left me a bit confused... You're sending me a hexagonflower for the decemberswap? Is there already a list somewhere? If so, where can I find it?

Love to see all the silverwork you've put on you blog, especially the thimbles (who doesn't?).

Have a great weekend!

Carol said...

Gorgeous silver everywhere.

Lois said...

I was reading other comments and see we all zeroed in on the thimbles. I love them too. Your outside silver was interesting too. It is way too cold for me to go outside and see if I had silver, about 27 degrees. Love Lois

Pam said...

you have a beautiful garden your thimble collection

Karen said...

I have a thimble collection (which I do not add to any longer). My favorites are the tin advertising thimbles. I see one of that type in a picture. I find them interesting and are less expensive to purchase than the silver ones.