Monday, May 30, 2011

Late Spring Nature Table





Little flowers, little flowers,
with your colours bright,
Look above now to the sky,
Full of warmth and light.

Praise the lovely golden sun
He who gave you birth,
Little flowers, fallen stars,
Shining on the earth.

~Wynstones Summer



...Looking ahead to the upcoming sunny week and Ascension Day:
...a silk parachute, dandelions, and cloud watching...

27 comments:

  1. beautiful... i love the watercolour sailboat. x

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  2. What a gorgeous nature table! Where did you get the beautiful watercolor pictures/cards? And I love the felted mother and baby as well! Your blog is beautiful, I have spent hours just pouring over everything on it all morning long! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog the other day! It's always a treat to have new visitors! :)

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  3. I love it! I just started making things to decorate for our Midsummer celebration. We've been cutting out water colored suns all morning.

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the soft, muted palette. I think it must be very soothing for children. Are you supposed to use specific colors in the Waldorf tradition?

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  5. Just lovely!!I will like to know if you paint the beautiful watercolor pictures or you buy them?Are just wonderful.
    Patty

    www.olivesandpickles.blogspot.com

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  6. It all looks lovely, what a soft calm atmosphere!
    Greetings from Severine

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  7. I like it a lot! Thanks for sharing. We still have to do a spring table, but at this point I think I will just wait for the Summer one.

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  8. Beautiful nature table you have inspired me to update ours I have been slacking!

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  9. Love your photos! You have inspired me once again!
    ~ joey ~

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  10. I love the way you decorat your nature table, so pretty

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  11. So sweet and pretty. I love your little spring woman with her pail of flowers.
    Wishing you many more beautiful spring days!
    With love, Renee xo

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  12. Lovely, lovely as always! I especially love the toadstools ;)

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  13. You always have the most beautiful nature tables! This looks just lovely.

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  14. What a gorgeous nature table! So inspiring!

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  15. Very nice. The May Pole painting is pretty.

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  16. So beautiful ~ the colors are so soothing. I love it!

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  17. PS -- Thanks so much for the inspiration! After I read this post, I went into Emma's room and updated her nature table and shelves. :)

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  18. perfect nature table, so pretty.

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  19. rebecca-bending birchesMay 31, 2011 at 11:27 PM

    thanks for the compliments, everyone:) I do not paint the watercoors myself (although I';d love to learn!) they are postcards which I purchased, and some of them are images I loved and cut out from catalogs or magazines and pasted onto cardstock:) it's a great way to save money on decorations:)
    love,
    rebecca

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  20. Lovely table. I love photos that are so beautiful that you feel compelled to make them larger so you can see every nook and cranny. Your pictures always make me feel this way. Take care.

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  21. this is so cozy beautiful! I could just curl up with a cup of tea and a big blanket and book in your sweet home! lovely!

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  22. This is beautiful, Rebecca- I love all the soft colors in your home, it feels so peaceful!
    I absolutely love that may pole dancing post card.
    <3

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  23. Rebecca;
    Thank you for the reply!
    Hugs
    Patty
    www.olivesandpickles.com

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