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Friday, October 15, 2010

Colourful Friday-Green and Friday- Night Sew-In.

Hello,

Welcome to Colourful Friday, this week Robyn has chosen Green
for our colour. Now we have a green lounge and some rooms have pale green blinds here at Kainga. It was a bit of a battle to find things that were mainly green in colour though. I did manage to find some "greenery" from around the home. I even managed to get the lettuce and hiding behind the lettuce is some kiwi fruit in the plastic container,they are very green when you cut them open.
Outside it was so much easier to find green. We have several Rosemary hedges which are always green.


There are several succulents around the place.

The wire work on the front of the home is green.



Of course there are hundreds of rose leaves around Kainga. I wonder if I will get to eat some green jelly today?
I nearly forgot it it Friday-Night-Sew-In tonight,I think I will be finishing of the article I am making with this red wool.
Happy days.
Bev C




21 comments:

Robyn G. said...

Fantastic Bev, lots of green to see at your place too :-)
So glad you're playing along again this week!!
It's amazing what we find when we look for it/them...
Great pics all round and I do like the wirework on your home...really lovely!!
Have a wonderful green friday and a fantastic week xx

Bobbie Lynn said...

Hi Bev,
Like your Colorful Friday posts. They put a smile on my face. I need to look around my house and see if I have anything green. Have a great time sewing tonight.
Blessing,
Bobbie

clare's craftroom said...

Lovely greens at your place Bev !

Sue said...

Bev, the green wire urn of leaves on your gable is gorgeous. I'd love to have a garden as green as yours too.

Cheryll said...

Everywhere I go people are showing off their greens! I'm gReEn with envy!

Pauline said...

Bev, you can come and get my green carpet if you like! I'd swap it for the wire work - but you would be getting a rough deal.
Great green collection!

Terriaw said...

Looks like you found out you are surrounded by all sorts of green. I especially love that wire work! I don't think we have much green inside our house, but our garden is quite the inspiring green space. Happy Friday to you Bev!

Rosy Inspiration said...

The greens you've put together are pretty. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed the post.

Melody said...

Lots of great green things. I'm joining in the Friday Night Sew=In so I'll pop over tomorrow to see what you have sewn. Have fun.

Karen said...

Hi Bev. I do like your green collection and the iron work looks stunning at the front of your home. Enjoy those kiwi fruit!

Farm Girl said...

You have a great collection of green! Good luck with FNI, I'm off now to get started. Have fun.

Simone de Klerk said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely green Friday with us. You eventually fi=ound some very pretty items.

Michelle said...

Lol Bev - love your green lettuce and kiwi fruit :0)

That wire work is gorgeous - I had a quick glance around my home and there is not much green indoors - thank goodness for Mother Nature and all her greenery!

Have a great Friday and enjoy your Friday Night Sew In (I'm joining you this time round wee-hee) xxx

Annette said...

Hi Bev
Love all your greens. Yum fresh rosemary on roast lamb he he.
Catch up with you again on Orange Friday :-)
Cheers
Annette

Cybele's patch said...

There you have a nice collection of green Bev. I can't think of anything green in my house right now except for a green cardigan. ;-) Funny. I don't hate green but obviously it is not my favourite colour.

fairchildstreet said...

Love the big green cactus. Charmaine

Stephanie said...

Love the sweet watering can and the beautiful wire work!

Carrie P. said...

Pretty green around your place. Love those green doilies.

Notjustnat said...

Well done Bev, you found lots of green. I specially like the outdoor green. Lovely and thanks for sharing.
Hugs
Nat

Carol said...

Love the wirework.
I took photographs of the same type of succulent today when we were out and about.

Valentina said...

Never too late to enjoy your wonderful collection of greens... Oh wow, Bev... I have to admit I am a bit green with envy... that wirework is GORGEOUS!!!
Can't wait to see your ORANGE tomorrow!
:)