A garden is a work of heart


finishing a little gnome garden bag glueing all the flowers on (tip: put a metal tray in the bag so you dont glue the back too!)




sitting out  today with all the bedding drying in the sun knitting as its always chilly here for Tea Tuesday


on Thursdays I usually go on a bike ride along the canals in Lancashire


little bit of art called insane guitar inspired by and advert for Francis Bacon..this is for the mix it monthly music challenge


14 thoughts on “A garden is a work of heart

  1. Some brilliant art work here, and I love your cards for the LIM challenge. The pop music one is a great take on the theme! You’ve been so productive too – do you ever sleep?! 🙂

  2. such a wonderful variation of art to enjoy here Lorraine. I have to say though that your guitar painting really speaks to me-it is brilliant! Happy T day and enjoy those lovely walks.

  3. Wonderful garden artsy work!! Love the lil gnom so much and of course the crazy guitar! Your bikeridecourt looks fab and I too don´t watch tv 😉 Hugs ✿◕ ‿ ◕✿

  4. This is a wonderful post. So much beauty and art, I’m not sure where to begin. The Garden Gnome is adorable and I really like that tip, too. Of course, the cards are lovely, but that guitar is incredible.

    Sitting with you in the garden watching your bedding dry and sipping on a favorite drink would be such an amazing joy. Your tea looks wonderful, as does the birdbath nearby. thanks for sharing all your art, your ride along the canal, and your tea with us for T this Tuesday.

  5. What a fantastic post! I love your art work, especially the guitar! Love the idea of knitting while the washing dries and of course I love walking by the canals in Lancashire! Happy T Day, Chrisx

  6. Hi Lorraine!!

    Happy T day!!! I just LOVE your little gnome bag! i can’t help but wonder what glue you used?? Will you be able to wash it?? Anyway…just love itAnd the bike ride along the canals sounds lovely … can i come?? Hugs! deb

  7. I love your art work Lorraine, but your cards for the LIM challenge are rather too layered for our genre. We like to see areas of completely white space with few layers and with minimal embellishments!
    I really hope you will join us again!
    Thanks so much
    “Less is More”

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