While out on my morning walk, I couldn't help but notice the Azaleas in full bloom.
I love their mix of vibrant colors, so much so that I believe I was influenced by them when I gathered together the materials, below.
These are just some of the things I'll be using to transform the vintage vegetable bin I shared with you a few posts back. It is getting a makeover this week. I will be repainting it, lining the inside with pretty patterns, creating magnets, and more. Just call me Crafty Sue! Then when it's all done, it will be making an appearance in Studios magazine.
Back outside, in the same garden as the Azalea bushes, you'll find this primitive garden niche. I have always been intrigued by it.
Lined with little bits of turquoise tiles, this domed concrete structure is situated at the very edge of the garden, right along the street.
Nestled inside is a porcelain figurine of a girl. Over the years, the elements have wreaked havoc on her, and she's missing part of her skirt. I can sympathize. Although my clothing is intact, I sometimes think the elements have gotten to me, too... ;)
Have a wonderful weekend!