Tuesday, November 3, 2009

White Wednesday

Hello everyone, another Wednesday has rolled around again so I went in search of some pretty whites to share. I used to knit a lot when my children were small but got out of the habit for awhile but lately I have the urge to pick it up again. So I got out my old knitting needles and some yarn and thought they made a pretty picture!

I have linens and lace in various places around our home.

I know many of you saw this recently but it fit so well for White Wednesday that i had to show it again.

angelic white soap and very old handmade lace made by my 90 year old neighbours maiden aunt-such fine work. What patience she must have had.

the little white bird that sits on my teapot.

I love white birdhouses too-I can see another white Wednesday post coming up!

The white seed head of pampas grass looks pretty against the blue sky.

my white cottage tea party.

a little angel

another little 'angel' Jessica having a tea party.

girls day out! three of our four granddaughters having a chat.

no friend like a sister!

Lady in white! our 2 year old granddaughter Abby.

I will end with another of my collage.

I am joining Kathleen at Faded Charm for White Wednesday. i hope you enjoy checking out other white Wednesday posts.

Thank you for visiting,

Carolyn

24 comments:

Naturegirl said...

Carolyn simply a treasure a treat to stop by..everything is just lucious & such sweet angel babes!

Suzann @ The Olive Cottage said...

I never tire of the beautiful photos you share.

Today is no exception.

That first photo I could see framed and hanging in
"my" room.

Gypsy Purple said...

Some lovely things here...that breakfast table is fabulous and I love the seeds against the sky!

Lynn said...

You have the most beautiful serene blog. I could vist and have several cups of tea every day! Your granddaughters are precious. I am following your blog now as I cannot get enough of the sheer beauty of your photography and your home and gardesn. How blessed you are. Thank you for this wonderful soothing blog.

Deanna said...

Dear Carolyn,
This is a lovely post.
Especially your sweet grand daughters in white.
Precious keepsake,
d

Biene said...

Oh, you show me so wonderful, lovely, beautyful, cute... white photos!!! I like them all!!!

Thank you for this photos!

Have a nice week!

Biene

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Lovely whites, what great photography.....a real treat! Oh my, your granddaughters are sooooo cute, what a blessing they must be!
Have a wonderful White Wednesday,
Susie

Birgit said...

Wonderful White Impressions, Carolyn. Your granddaughters all looks like little angels. Simply charming.
xoxo Birgit

Crafty Gardener said...

All beautiful photos but the little granddaughters all dressed in white have to be the most precious.

Laurie Anne said...

What gorgeous eye candy! And your grandbabies are lovely...
I visit your blog a couple of times a day just to drool, I mean stare at the treasures you share through pictures and words...Thank You for making my day xx

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

So very lovely, Carolyn! Your granddaughters are adorable. Love the birdhouse and the lace. Your whole post is so soothing.

Blessings,
Sandi

The French Bear said...

Wow, what lovely whites you have!!! The granddaughters are so sweet, look at those beautiful angelic faces!!! For now anyway, right? Ha ha, they do look very sweet!
I love your photos of your knitting, there is something about the soft wool, yummy!
I am just learning to knit, may have to ask for help.
I am thrilled to have found your blog.
I am in love with everything "Ann" an my dream is to visit PEI someday.
HUgs,
Margaret B

Janean said...

you talented thing, you! the knitting needles are beautiful. what fun during this time of year to take up knitting again! Yay!

June said...

Carolyn, as usual it is all just beautiful. I love the girls chatting on the bed...that has got to be the sweetest picture ever.
Hugs,
June

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

Your granddaughters look angelic in their pretty white dresses! When my girls were young I used to make dresses like this for them as well. I still kept some in a box...for when they are older, just as a memory. My mother did the same for me.

Your 'white' pictures look once again beautiful!

Fijne dag! Lieve groet, Madelief

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

Unfortunately we don't have the Victoria magazine in Holland. Is it a bit like Country Living? It is very difficult to boy the Jeanne d'Arc Magazine in Holland, but I ordered the 'Jeanne d'Arc magazine' via the internet. It will cost you some extra on postage, but I think it is worth it!

Have a lovey day!

lieve groet, Madelief

Bernideen said...

What lovely groupings! The grandaughters of course being at the top of the list!

maría cecilia said...

How lovely Carolyn, everything wonderful as all you do. But... I felt in love with your so, so beautiful grand daughters, how cute they are, and all dressed up in whites, oh, is a heavenly image.
I wonder what were they talking about...
Hugs
Maria Cecilia

strawhatlady said...

Carolyn your blog is beautiful. I was trying to go back and look at pictures from last holiday season to get decorating ideas, but they were not there. Is it my computer or are they gone? Thank you for your inspiration!

Joanne said...

Carolyn you have the nack of making anything look pretty even balls of wool. I have been knitting again after many years and enjoying making a cardigan for my daughter who has had a bad wrist now for 4 months a bit of a worry really not the inability to knit but she plays and teaches Cello and sadly has been unable to play with a bad wrist.

I envy you your delightful grandchildren.They are lucky to have such an artistic grandma.

texasdaisey said...

Love your study of white! Especially the babies. They make me long for grandbabies. All your pictures are so beautiful. I always enjoy stopping in.
Debbie

Carolyn said...

Hi Straw hat Lady,
No it is not your computer my photos all disappeared for about a year starting in June. I never did find out what happened but I hope I don't lose anymore.I guess I should back up my blog but I have not fiqured out how to do that yet.
I will soon post some Christmas photos-some will be last years.
Thanks for your interest,
Carolyn

Cindy-Stitches-N-Stuff said...

I realy realy loved your white. I want the little cherub.

cindy@stitches

cathleen said...

Stunning photos, Carolyn, especially your lovely little granddaughters. Love the pretty yarn too.