Friday, March 20, 2009

The Potting Shed



Linda's will debut their Potting Shed opening tomorrow morning at 10am in beautiful Burton Texas. I know they've both been working deligently to have it ready for viewing. They've planted flowers, herbs, and sprinkled the place with their magical touch. Now with the opening of their Antique Shop, Bed & Breakfast, and now potting shed they will have their hands full. And, to top it off they are getting ready for their big Antique Show that starts March 31.

When I saw Ludmil's creative touch on this fence, I just loved it. Isn't it a work of art in itself.


You know you'll find all kinds of gardening things, baskets, nests, eggs, and art from found objects. Hope to see you there.

20 comments:

  1. you are always so sweet to help us out... by getting the word out.. we appreciate all that you do for so many.... have a simply wonderful ZAPP we will come down to see you often, after all I need my supplement feedings from Cruz, take care Love Linda

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  2. I fell in love with them many years ago in Country Home Magazine, then when I was able to meet them in person it was magic! Not only are there creations amazing but they are too! I would love to be able to stroll through all the fun, you are so lucky living by so much wonderful creativity, was they a choice or did you just happen to live there already? Have fun and thank you for all you share with us.~Jacque

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  3. I adore that fence and am thinking of stealing, I mean borrowing that idea for my back yard!
    Debbie

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  4. I so LOVE all your photos and SO wish I was there now! Thanks for offering to take some photos of Temple. My oldest daughter was there a few years ago and ran into the a local historian at the library and he filled her in on a lot. She went to the cememtary where my grandparents were buried. Nice to put together some pieces of the past. Take care, Sue

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  5. that looks like an adorable place!

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  6. The shed is WONDERFUL! Such great ideas to steal, uh...I mean borrow! Have a wonderful Spring Weekend!

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  7. Je n'ai qu'un regret : ne pas être sur place !!! SUPERBE

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  8. The fence rocks. If one must have a fence, I say emulate that one. Good stuff. ~Mindy

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  9. If this is the couple that was featured in a magazine story, then I read about them years ago....can you verify this for me.

    There was a picture of the two of them and a photo shoot of a potting shed that he had built for her....using junk, old knobs, and wonderful gingerbread architecture

    WOW

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  10. You could just lose yourself to fantasy land in that potting shed. Love everything in the pictures!

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  11. Hoping to get down there next weekend. Where did you say Hector the trophy man was set up? Keep a look out for some baseball trophy cups for me please! Thanks!

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  12. I would love to see this! What a great business to be in. Hope you have a super show at Warrenton.

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  13. Great blog, love all the pictures in white, vintage....I am inspired to decorate my garden!
    I am adding your blog to my reader.

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  14. I just LOVE everything they do...someday I will make it to Texas.
    Cathleen

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  15. If it doesn't warm up here soon, we will be asking Ma & Pa Willow how much to rent this beautiful shed!

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  16. My blog has been turned off...not blocking you! I'm taking a break :)

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  17. Theresa, I hope you have a wonderful time at Warrenton. I hope we'll see pics of you and your little trailor. Will you be able to blog while your down there? I can hardly wait to see all the pics! God speed.

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  18. Wow.. ... you are surronded by so much inspiration from so many different people, if the house next door to yours goes up for sale, have your people call my people!!!

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  19. LOVE IT...actually it's very similar to the plans I have drawn up for my own shed. It'll house my truck in the winter and my toys in the summer...they just have the best stuff!

    sharon

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  20. WOW! You girls are SO lucky. This is Beautiful. One of these days the Pink Funny Farm Girls will invade!

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