Thursday, 9 April 2020

Easter flowers


Note added: This was meant for Saturday but I forgot to schedule!!

My starting point is a thank you for your lovely comments and mails following my post last weekend, so much understanding is comforting. There is no Allsorts post this week as it's a two week challenge, so I am posting some photos I took when I wandered round the grounds the other day in the sunshine. We may be in lockdown but God had provided some beautiful sunny days to distract us.


Stay safe and well everyone.
 
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21 comments:

Anke said...

Your flowers are so beautiful.

Hugs
Anke

Stamps and Paper said...

Beautiful Spring flowers Brenda the colours are amazing Spring is my favourite time of the year
Enjoy the sunshine

Anne

Crafting Queen said...

Some beautiful flowers in your garden. Enjoy the sunshine. Hugs Anesha

gwen70 said...

Stunning cards Brenda, such beautiful flowers xx

Babs said...

Absolutely stunning, nature sure is a incredible thing,the colours are beautiful hope your feeling better.
Babs x

Kath said...

Fabulous photos Brenda.
Kath x

kiwimeskreations said...

Oh what hope when God gives us gardens with flowers like these - you are as much an artist with the camera as with your cards Brenda.
So glad to hear you were encouraged by the responses your received.
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Fantastic photos Brenda and they have certainly cheered my day.

Stay safe
Sue xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful flower photo's Brenda

quastion i see on your card that I can pin it sinds a a few weeks I can't do it on my own blog to put it on pinterest.
I see you have a black onesays pin it do you have a new one.

Gr Karin

Pat said...

Beautiful photos Brenda, the variety of colours is amazing, a time to be thankful for all the nature around us.

Pat xx

Vicky Hayes said...

What fabulous photos Brenda! All that beauty and those colours nature is inspiring us crafters with! Take care won't you, Vicky x

cuilliesocks said...

What a feast for the eyes Brenda, your blooms are gorgeous and glorious colours too, thank you so much for sharing them, Kate x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Just read your post below and agree with your friend, hobbies are helping people get through the days. They are certainly keeping me occupied. Your photos are beautiful. All we can do is stay positive, stay home and stay safe

Kathleen said...

Gorgeous flower, some super colours and I can not believe that so many are in bloom already. All I have out is an odd tulip and some of that purple stuff that hangs over walls.

Kath x

Craftyfield said...

Fabulous photos Brenda, I bet you are going to enjoy your garden this Easter weekend! xx

Gail said...

Beautiful flowers!
Stay well!

Ellibelle said...

Such beautiful flowers Brenda, wish I had so many in my garden! My daffodils are doing wonderful, a few tulips will soon follow.
I've always admired your garden pictures, you are surrounded by so much beauty!
Hope you're keeping safe and healthy!

Sarah said...

I love walking around your beautiful garden with you. Keep well Brenda xx

Fikreta said...

Beautiful flowers!
hugs

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful flower pics Brenda -we have quite a lot of ladybirds in the garden too maybe the early warm weather? and the Bees are up and about too
Carol x

Gerrina said...

Finally a day without sunshine, so I stayed in (ho; I didn't go far; just in our garden:) ) And so time to do a big bloground...
Love the photo's you made! And the ones in a post above this one!
This saterday I was thinking that spring suddenly was here and why I felt it was; it was because I was so used o see spring slowly coming in al the gardens and trees at the sides of the many roads I a;ways take to go to work, family, friends or even just go shopping...and that is something I hardly see/saw this year; we stay in or inthe garden as much as possible! Enjoy the beautiful things close to you and stay save! Hugs, Gerrina