Thursday, June 28, 2018

Witchy, Scratchy, Snarly Little Plants...

'Pumpkin On A Stick'... Loving these Witchy, Scratchy, Snarly, little plants !

Last month, while at the greenhouse,
my eyes spied this...
(absolutely treacherous and I LOVE it)




'Pumpkin On A Stick'... Loving these Witchy, Scratchy, Snarly, little plants !

Like something found in a deep, dark forest !
~ spooky ~




'Pumpkin On A Stick'... (Picture from Pinterest)

(~ Picture from Pinterest ~)

This will be the end result...
It's called
"Pumpkin On A Stick"
How cool is this !!!




'Pumpkin On A Stick'... Loving these Witchy, Scratchy, Snarly, little plants !

These are my plants now...




'Pumpkin On A Stick'... Loving these Witchy, Scratchy, Snarly, little plants !

Loving these little pumpkins -
complete with witchy, scratchy
and snarly thorns !




Strawberry Season

Picked and ate my fair share of strawberries...




Dark Sweet Cherries from Cherry Hill Orchard, Lancaster PA

Now, it's Cherries.
We picked 20.6 pounds over the weekend,
at Cherry Hill Orchards in Lancaster, PA
We only have a handful left !
(Obviously, need to pick more)





Ocean City, New Jersey

Spent some time at the Beach 
with two of my favorite people !
(My Son and Granddaughter)
~ Sooo much fun ~




'Wildflowers' Hand Embroidery by Rose Clay at Three Sheep Studio

I managed 'just a little bit of time' 
to squeeze in some stitching.




'Wildflowers' Hand Embroidery by Rose Clay at Three Sheep Studio

Blanket Stitching onto Mattress Ticking...
(my favorite)




'Wildflowers' Hand Embroidery by Rose Clay at Three Sheep Studio

Beautiful Linen secured with
Mother Of Pearl buttons...




'Wildflowers' Hand Embroidery by Rose Clay at Three Sheep Studio

I'm working on a finish for 
my 'Wildflowers' Hand Embroidery.


Enjoy this fine summer day my friends...
Rose

8 comments:

  1. Your pumpkin on a stick plant is VERY COOL.
    Your strawberries and cherries are making my mouth water :)
    Beautiful stitching ~ as always.
    Happy 4th of July to you!

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  2. Very interesting plant. Never saw thorns on backs of leaves! I hope they all fall off before you harvest those stems!

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  3. Oh my goodness!!!! I absolutely NEED one of those plants! :-)

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  4. Is your Pumpkin-on-a-Stick planted in the ground? Or does it reside in a big pot?
    Love your stitching, Rose...and the Anne Boleyn linen is perfect with those mother-of-pearl buttons!

    ~Nancy of The Bonnie White Hare

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    1. Hi Bonnie...
      Thanks for you kind words !
      The ‘Pumpkin On A Stick’ is planted in the ground. I have planted several of them. They are about 3 feet tall right now. Very interesting plants !
      Rose

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  5. I will have to find those plants what incredible things. I have never heard of them. I love your stitching! That is such an awesome picture of your son and grand daughter. I really love seeing your fruit too.
    I wish we had cherries here. It looks like you are enjoying your summer. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. Good morning Rose - oh your stitching is just so beautiful. Love the colors you use too.
    What a fun day you must of had at the beach - love the photo!!
    Fresh strawberries...we wanted to go picking them this year but never made it. Don't know that my back would hold up bending all that time but it might be worth the hurt lol
    Blessings and have a wonderful 4th.
    Karen

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  7. Pumpkin on a stick is amazing! Have fun with it and be careful!

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