Thursday, May 20, 2010

in the garden & my flea market table

In the garden today...

the roses have bloomed by the fish pond.
The resident frog was hanging out in the sunshine.

A little bird seems to be making his home in our small souvenir-from-Maine bird house.

And, my little painted table has found a spot on the deck by the glider.
I just sanded the top to remove the dried on paint spills, and then gave it a few coats of wax.
I couldn't have asked for nicer weather today in which to enjoy it!

24 comments:

  1. What a grand day in your garden! That little table is just charming.

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  2. I love how the table looks. I have lots of little old "telephone" tables. I use them for plant stands, phone books,etc. Can't have too many! The garden looks really lovely. I am hoping someday to have a fountain inside our sunroom.

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  3. The table is lovely! A sunny day, a good book... and the sound of a frog croaking in the garden... how perfect! Have a great weekend!

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  4. Your table looks fabulous. Looks like everyone enjoyed their day including the frog! Have a great weekend. xx

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  5. What a wonderful spot to have something cool to drink! Beautiful garden and you even have a resident frog to sing to you!
    Yvonne

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  6. What a wonderful space to put your table. Very soul soothing yard, thanks for sharing, Elaine

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  7. It is beautiful! Thank you for sharing the photos. I liked the table when you first posted the picture after you bought it, but you really revived it into something lovely.

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  8. What a great job you did on that table! I love it! And your garden photos are beautiful! Enjoy your weekend.
    ~Elissa

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  9. Don't you just love this time of year? Your deck looks like the perfect spot to enjoy a book and a cold glass of tea!

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  10. Perfect, your table turned out lovely xoxo Clarice

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  11. You seem to be surrounded by beautiful nature. Your table looks amazing in it's new home.

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  12. It's perfect! I really would like to find a great glider - seems like a perfect day to sit and read Anne.

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  13. What a pretty little table. It turned out so nicely! And you've got a handsome frog, too.

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  14. Your little table is perfect on your deck. I love the things you put on it. I felt as if I could just sit down in the glider, relax and read a bit!
    ~Adrienne~

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  15. What kind of wax did you use? Can you give me some more details??

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  16. Oooh, you've got a frog. Lucky you.
    Table looks good. xx

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  17. Oh I do hope your enjoying the Montgomery book....it's the perfect read for an afternoon in the garden, Enjoy!

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  18. Wow, I can barely believe that is the same table. It looks just beautiful, as does your entire garden.

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  20. Pretty garden and porch setting.

    Jody

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  21. Deb~
    Love your glider cushion, did you make it? I'm sure you did, smart one!! ;- )I need one...can you make me one for my deck swing? Just like your's, ticking. If you you can, let me know, and I'll send you my measurements.

    thanks,
    Thanks,
    Tina
    Cherry Hill Cottage...

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    All the best,
    Liz

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