fredag 19 mars 2010

The garden



Så här långt har jag kommit med trädgården! Det är enormt tidsödande att göra blommor, men jag har bestämt mig för att det skall vara massor så det är bara att jobba på!

This is how far I have come in the garden - flowermaking is really time-consuming, but
I have decided that there will be lots of flowers so I just keep on working!


Detta skall bli Kejsarkronor när det är klart - roliga blommor!

I don´t know the English word for these flowers but I think they are funny!


Jag beställde marktegel från England men det tycks ha kommit bort i posten. Det är
andra paketet på bara några månader som kommit bort - frustrerande. Så
till helgen får jag klippa äggkartong!

I ordered tiles/bricks (I am not sure of the right word) from the U K , but they seem to
have disappeared somewhere on their way to Sweden . If so, it will be the second
parcel from the UK that I lost in the last months - very frustrating! So this
weekend I will be cutting eggcartons!



Men det är ok att klippa äggkartoner tror jag - kan nog behöva en liten
paus från blomstertillverkning :)

But maybe it will be good for me to rest a little from the flowermaking :)



30 kommentarer:

  1. Eva the garden is looking beautiful so far. xx

    SvaraRadera
  2. I love your little garden. The flowers are beautiful!
    De

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  3. The garden is really a beautiful vision, I especially love the Dolphins. Their variation from blue to lilac is fantastic.
    It is time consuming yes, but you have done a really great job with your garden.....a real summer feeling!!!
    Synnøve x

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  4. Oh my. Your flowers are so very real looking. A break is well deserved for you. You do really nice work. The name for the flowers you referenced is "Crown Imperial" and the deer don't like them so they are used sometimes to protect other flowers from the deer. I love those flowers in miniature and in real life. What a great post!

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  5. Que preciosidad de jardin!!!!!
    Cuantas flores y todas preciosas, enhorabuena por tanto trabajo.
    besitos ascension

    SvaraRadera
  6. Wonderful flowers!! Great job! So it doesn´t matter even if it takes time, cause the result is so fabulous!

    SvaraRadera
  7. Beautiful garden, the flowers look very cute! ^^
    You can rest a little, you did a grate job, you deserve it! :P
    Belén.

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  8. Eva, det ser verkligen härligt somrigt ut!
    Så fina färger och kombinationer. Kejsarkronan ser ut att vara svår att göra.

    SvaraRadera
  9. Verkligen fina blommor Eva, vilket jobb!!jag skulle väldigt gärna sitta där med en kopp kaffe och en bra bok :)

    SvaraRadera
  10. Your garden is very beautiful!!

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  11. Eva, in your garden Spring has already arrive!!
    looks so beautiful!

    SvaraRadera
  12. Beautiful flowers! Hope the parcels from UK will find the way to you soon! :)

    SvaraRadera
  13. They are really lovely! And I think Synnove means 'delphiniums' - not dolphins ;)

    SvaraRadera
  14. I love this. I can almost hear the birds! Crown Imperials are bulbs and are also called Fritillarias. They don't have a very pleasant smell (like wet fur!) but they are lovely to look at.

    SvaraRadera
  15. I can not believe that you have the patience to make so many flowers! But the results are absolutely worth the effort. I looks great!

    SvaraRadera
  16. Thank you all of you! It´s so nice to have
    all these encouraging comments, and now I
    know the english name of "Kejsarkrona" Crown
    Imperials - it sounds nice too. I know they
    smell bad, but in my garden they don´t - in
    fact the whole garden smells very good - of
    coffee - which is what I used för the flower-
    beds! I still have much more flowers to do
    and the brickwork and some other items - so
    the work will continue..

    Eva J

    SvaraRadera
  17. Es un jardin muhermoso, me encantan las flores.

    SvaraRadera
  18. Dear Eva, I have been admiring all your work on your garden. The flowers are a lot of work but make such a difference. Waiting to see your next step.
    Regards Janine minworks.blogspot.com

    SvaraRadera
  19. You made real beuatifull flowers, i love everything you made.

    SvaraRadera
  20. O my, Eva, you and I should combine gardens :) I love yours :)

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  21. Time consuming but the results are worth the effort. I love it!
    Carmen

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  22. The flowers look so real - the gardens are lovely.

    Pan
    http://smallstuff-blogspot.blogspot.com/

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  23. I WOULD INVITE YOU TO MY BLOG CALLED "LOS CUENTOS DE NATI" HUGS FROM SPAIN.
    NATI.

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  24. That's a great garden. I love it! MAravilloso trabajo

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  25. oooh I know it is a lot of work to fill in a little garden, but your garder will be a paradise to look at!!!

    Sabihax

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  26. Your flowers are fantastic Eva!! You must have a lot of patience to be able to make so many. The garden looks beautiful!
    Mercedes

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  27. Eva, I have an award for you! ;-))

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  28. How fabulous!!! I love all of your flowers, you must be having such a great time making them. Sorry about your package not turning up.

    SvaraRadera


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