Tuesday, February 2, 2010

tea and roses


My husband has around 75 rosebushes in our garden.
I'm using one of our rose catalogs for a craft project.
Shhhh! don't tell!


My tea is Celestial Seasonings something or other.
I've long since used the box it came in for making inchies, so it's a mystery tea.
It smells like gingerbread though - yum!


I'm making paper beads with some of the colorful pages from the rose catalog.
(Here's a link to a how-to on YouTube)
I'm going to compare different protective coatings on them and show you the differences.
That's for later though .....
until then, have a beautiful day!!!

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10 comments:

Chriss Rollins said...

Hi Kimmie,

thank you for the invite.

this is soo fun and next week I have chris the other papergirl joining in on our blog...she's a scream.

will pop over to the other girls after I have fed the DGS.

thank you.

chriss x

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

ooo you lucky thing ... I am imagining all of the fresh cut roses you must get to enjoy ... they are such a delight!

leave it to you to create something wonderful out of a humble catalog!

my favorite scent to wear is "African Tea Rose" oil

and YES, it is cool how tulips keep growing when cut and in a vase, thanks for the ice tip :)

Happy T Tuesday to ya sweetie!
oxo

1creativeone said...

Hi Kimmie- love the roses and I can smell your warm lovely gingerbread tea! Happy day, thanks for the kind thoughts! hugs C

bad penny said...

How many rose bushes ? !

The beads look great & I am wondering what you are going to create with them !

ooglebloops said...

Always wondered how to make those beads!!! We had lots of rose bushes 2 houses ago - I miss them!!!

Terri Kahrs said...

I LOVE the Celestial Seasonings boxes and (if I might be honest) have used their teas to scent stationery!!! Love the beads and am looking forward to the results of your experimenting with different coatings. Ohhhh . . . 75 (or so) rosebushes! I'd be in Heaven! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Renee Howell said...

Thanks for being the brains behind many of us! :-). I played with the beeswax/photos this weekend. Fun and I love the smell of the beeswax.

S. Etole said...

looking forward to seeing the results of your project ...

Rosie said...

Tea looks lovely, and so do the beads!

ale said...

kimmie!!!
your paper beads with that roses catalogue are more than beautifull!!!l will try to make some beads with nice papers!!!too much fun!!!!! l love art,l love fun ,l love your generosity!!muchos besos for you and to your lovely tea friends!!!