Ein kleines Bild mit Deko am schönsten Plüschpopo der Welt. In den nächsten Tagen folgt auch wieder ein Post oder zwei. 🙂
Neulich habe ich zufällig entdeckt, dass an meinem Croton (Wunderbaum) was wächst- die Pflanze blüht!
Und in dieser Ecke fehlte definitiv noch was- nach etwas Suchen habe ich auch gefunden, was noch dorthin sollte:
A while ago, I noticed that my Croton was growing something unusual- it has begun to bloom! You can see the results above.
And for the corner opposite the door, there defintely was something missing, so I dug around in my chest of drawers until I found it. *g*
(Every household needs a wizard like that!)
…nee, es gab keinen Süßigkeiten.
Um halb zehn war es heute morgen schon beindruckende 28C im Schatten warm:
Wie versprochen hier der fertige Seestern:
Meine Füße können jetzt im Partnerlook mit den neuen Gardinen rumlaufen, LOL!
Wenn ich mal groß bin, dann wuchere ich Dir hier alles zu!
Endlich nicht mehr so zeitlos:
Various new stuff to show off. Mark the partner look of my shoes and curtains, LOL!!
…ich bin nur nicht dazu gekommen etwas zu schreiben.
Gestern habe ich von Mami zwei kreative Bildaufhänger bekommen- es sind dünne Metallseile an denen man mit starken Magneten Bilder oder Postkarten festmachen kann. Die habe ich natürlich gleichmal aufgehängt und habe nun angefangen, sie zu bestücken:
Und hier ist mein neuer kleiner Zimmerbrunnen in Betrieb (mit Ton hört man sogar ein bißchen vom Plätschern), die Standfläche für die Kugel muss zwar meiner Meinung nach noch etwas tiefer, aber das kriege ich auch noch zurecht gebastelt.
(Es folgt ein kurzes Video, ich hoffe das klappt und man kann es sehen)
Yes, I am still alive, I just did not have time to post something.
Yesterday I got two creative wallhangers from my Mum. They are thin lines made of metal and you can stick postcards or photos to them with tiny but strong magnets. Of course I had to try it at once and am currently at finding or making myself purry images to hang on them.
The little vid shows my new little indoor-fountain at work.
>To get rid of the soreness in my muscles (Tai Chi last evening *g*), I made an extended round through Bergedorf after I finished weekend shoppings. I found a few nice things to add purriness to my home.
First I have an older sight to show, I finally took a picture of my little starlights on the drawer in my snoozecorner:
Today I found a 100% transparent shower curtain, whee! (Into my shower falls not much light, the more light gets through the curtain, the better.) The curtain has goldfish and Zen-looking stones printed on, pretty neat:
And when I looked into the flowershop just to ogle all the pretty springplants that would not survive with me indoors anyway, I overheard the sales-lady saying to a customer: “And here we have a Zombie plant in a glass, very stylish.” This caught my immediate attention, LOL!! She repeated it several times, but she meant a “Zamie” (Zamioculcas zamiifolia).
In one point she was right, though- it looked extremely good in a glass – so good that it was allowed to come home with me:
>Now, no worries, we are not snowed in or anything. But the nights are nearing frost in temperature and it is time to prepare the balcony plants for winter, so that they make it safe into next year.
So today, they got their last big fill of water, from now on, they are kinda on diet, LOL!! Also today I went and bought new jute sacks to bundle them up in like I did the years before- this will be done tomorrow, then.
The hydrangea had to be moved, because a) her table is not frost resistant and had to be taken in and b) the place in the livingroom window she has now is warmer than the corner she inhabited before.
(She should not get any larger, or she won’t fit anymore… o.O)
And the table of the hydrangea was scrubbed clean and can now serve a very decorative purpose in the corner behind the door. During the heating period, the door is mostly closed, so what’s behind it is visible. And so I thought I could make the corner pretty.
(No worries, that plant is fake)
>Today I got some replacements for my drowned marigolds.
Into the the flowerbox I sat three Chrysanthema which have all their blossoms closed, still, so piccies have to wait some. (Am curious how much longer the other marigolds will last, they start to look sorry also..)
And since my Cosmea also hated the wet weather, since it rapidly shriveled up, I found a lovely replacement for it today.
A dahlia, in original a bit more orange than pinkish as it looks on this picture:
This lovely lizard promptly inspired me to repaint one of my resin dragons, which was an uninspired blotchy silver all over before.
Here he is with first paintlayers, some detailings will follow- this little guy can also be wall mounted and will keep the lizard company in furture. (They’re almost the same size)
Look, three flames, LOL!! On Sunday I must try for a reflection of four!
My seasonal window, just because it is so purry.
>Time for more lovely and cosy Advent-piccies!
The first ones are by my parents who mailed those to me. 🙂
The Decoration normally in Dad’s working corner
Mum can has stars, too:
And then they have been evil- each year they have traditionally this basket to collect the wrapped pressies in- and you never know which are yours- or if any…*g*
Anyway, now today in my Advent the 3rd gift was this beautiful little tealight-holder:
The Swedes celebrate Lucia today – and so does my adorable paper Advent-calendar:
And I wish everybody a snug and comfy Advent Sunday:
Image © M.G.
>The petunia has given her last and was dying (drying up from the core while the ends were still blooming) so I waited until the last flowery abundance were gone before I replaced it with those two purry chrysanthemums:
A while ago, when hell and highwater came down, I took those piccies:
(On my balcony, there where the overflow from the roof comes down- the water stands there centimeters deep, if that happens)
And the reward after thunders and rainings.
And here some piccies of my new deco in my “reading corner”: