Monday, June 14, 2010

Mosaic Monday at the Cabbage

 

My grandchildren call the cottage the cabbage – a cross between cabin and cottage. The name has stuck. I am taking some pictures and making some mosaics. Some of the pictures are older. Don’t forget to visit Mary at Little Red House for this popular event.

mosaic purple pink

The woods, the ground, the trees…….

Mushroom mosaic

The sky over the lake….

Picasa sky mosaic

The flowers in my garden…..

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Have a wonderful week!

25 comments:

Annette Smith said...

WOW...what beautiful mosaics. I've become a follower of your blog tonight it's very nice and I enjoy your pictures.

Jackie said...

Hi Carol

I like the name "Cabbage"!!

Great mosaics. The sky by the "cabbage" across the lake is wonderful, I would sit there early morning and in the evening, what a wonderful peaceful place!!

I see you still have my old blog on your blog list!!

I use either photoscape or picnik for my collages. Both of which have a text box.

Lovely day here in the UK, hope you have the same. Enjoy, Jackie.

A Garden of Threads said...

What wonderful mosaics, do not have a favorite. Have a wonderful week.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

So much eye candy here...its mind boggling!!! Beautiful shots make up your great mosaics!!!

xinex said...

Gorgeous pictures and mosaics, Carol!..>hristine

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very pretty! Thanks for sharing.

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Beautiful! love the mosaics.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

GORGEOUS, Carol! I see that you've made it home safely, and I'm glad for that. What lovely flowers. I think you should have hooked up to Blue Monday, too, as you have lots of blues in these pics! Love them ALL!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Mary said...

Carol, I love your mosaics and I love the name your family has given the cottage/cabin :-). They are quite clever wordsmiths. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Snap said...

Carol, your mosaics are wonderful. I love the mushrooms, the beautiful blooms, the calming, serene, water ... What a great place!!!!

Claudia said...

It looks just heavenly there, Carol. Lovely photos!

xo
Claudia

Regina said...

Wo its truly gorgeous. Love all the mosaic Carol.
Happy MM and a have great week.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Carol
All beautiful mosaics! I think the name Cabbage is so wonderfully clever!

xxoo Pat

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Looks like a pretty nice cabbage you have.

podso said...

Such pretty mosaics! What a lovely spot!

Bobbi said...

Hi, Wowwww...I sure love your mosaics! Such beauty1 I hope that you have a wonderful week!
Hugs...
Bobbi

Ebie said...

Carol, you have a beautiful garden. And I love your "Cabbage".

Have a nice week!

Bella said...

Beautiful mosaics! And I love the name "Cabbage" - that's wonderful. :)

Porch Days said...

I especially like your woodland mosaic. And the sunsets are lovely.

Cathy said...

Your mosaics are beautiful, Carol. And I love the name your grandchildren have given your cottage.

Glenda... said...

We are almost the same name...
I am a big believer in Serendipity..Huge!!!
blessings,
glenda

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

How incredible to live in such a beautiful and magical place! Cabbage or cottage!
Brenda

Kathleen said...

Glad you had a safe trip! Beautiful mosaics...
And I love the name the kids gave your house, LOL...
I have 4 gkids under 9 and we have a small house they use in the summer. They call it the Bug House. Being closed up for the winter is conducive to spiders making themselves at home. I told them they are just Charlotte's gkids! :)

gnee said...

Isn't "my little cabbage" an affectionate French term? Anyway it fits with your lovely setting that you must love so...all the pretty colors of nature, and of course the birdhouses are so inviting too. My best to you and your lucky grand children!

From the Kitchen said...

Carol: What a delightful spot. I'd love to spend some time at the "Cabbage"! Thank you for sharing your wonderful place.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Best,
Bonnie

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