Filigree seeds float in filaments,
As sun quenched bees feed,
Lingering on Scabious stigmas like glittering beads.
Butterflies mingling on daisies and meadowsweet:
A lamentation to midsummer’s feast.
My first upholstered chair is completed! My husband loves it!
Picked from the hedgerows near our village, the simple foliage beautifully decorates my Yule wreath. Below is my heart of Yule indoor wreath. I love the simple art of wreath making, anyone can do it by walking about the countryside and selecting fresh foliage some with berries to cut gently with secateurs. Remember to thank nature for it’s offerings to you and you’ll enjoy your foliage and berries for the entire festive season. You can also attach pearls and other crystals, dried fruit and ribbons or burlap.
Happy Yule. Happy winter solstice, thanksgiving and christmas when it comes. Love from Lavender Moon. 🙂 🙂
Unfolding like fine
A festival of pink petal plumes,
Hearts of spring.
Just popped in the photos of my fireplace to update you on the cottage renovations and to apologise for not posting! There are so much wonderful changes as spring gets under way with the warmer weather, here in the South UK. I hope all of you living in other countries where it is cooler at the moment are are keeping cosy. 🙂