Here is a close up of the beautifully formed flowers
This is my Fuschia next to the door in a hanging basket:
And then I have my chickens that are running around in the back garden, loving this weather:
After pruning the sage bush, I hung up several branches to dry in the kitchen. I use it to stuff in my chickens which are going to be roasted in the oven (not my own, the shop bought ones), in teas and to line the Chicken's nests.
and this is a picture of a bouquet garni that I prepare from the garden to stuff my chickens with before they go into the oven to roast for an hour:
thyme/rosemary/sage/bay-leaf and a lemon (cut in half)
Adding a little card to the selection this afternoon:
As I was thinking of ways to use stencils, I suddenly thought of a Plastic Cuttlebug folder that I have never used simply because I have no Cuttlebug and some kind blogger had sent it to me.
So I used three different distress inks which I sponged over the plastic, sprayed with water, put the paper to the folder and this is the patterned result.