April 6, 2011

Spring Brings New Life

And Me back to the blog.

Sorry to have deserted you.

I am back and looking forward to new passions in my life.

How about you?

Do you like my new wreath?

Does it look familiar?

Look closely~ ~Then grab an old garden hose

and make one yourself.

This one is hanging on the garage door.

Isn't this a great old basket?

It's very old and belonged to a friend of mine.


I hope you will leave a comment and

stop back soon to share in the new Springtime events.


It's good to be back. Even though I was not

posting I was visiting all of you to

keep up with your blogs.


I'm linking with Transformation Thursday at



Show and Tell Friday at



Favorite Things at



Show Off Your Cottage


Share The Love Wednesday


Met. Monday @ Between Naps On The Porch


Happy Spring!


~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

25 comments:

Helen said...

Love the wreath ... and love having you back in our world.

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hello Ahrisha!
It's very nice to meet you too. Thank you for stopping by my blog this morning and leaving such a nice comment. I love your wreath! It would look great on my garden shed/chicken coop. Welcome back to Blogland...this is my first visit to your blog and I am going to have fun looking around. I hope you have a wonderful day!
Maura :)

Atelier de Charo said...

Love the beautiful spring wreath!

Hugs
Charo

meemsnyc said...

What an awesome idea for recycling hoses! Love the wreath.

Blondie's Journal said...

Welcome back, Ahrisha!! I adore that wreath...what a clever and creative idea!!

XO,
Jane

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Hi,
Welcome back! I've been MIA a lot on my blog as well, trying to get back into the groove!

That hose wreath idea is ingenious! Too cute!

The casserole dish below is beautiful, and the recipe sounds delicious!

Katherine

very merry vintage style said...

Wow--never realized it was a hose til you mentioned it--love this! Of course your flowers arranged just so make it amazing. Thanks for linking to Share the Love Wednesday!
Mary

Shirley said...

Lovely blog..I'm now following you as you have a wonderful style. I love your name Ahrisha..it is so pretty..I hope you come by for a visit if you have time.If not, I understand..life is busy...before throwing out our useless watering hose, I might just cut it down and borrow your beautiful idea..hope you dont mind...

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

Beautiful wreath. Blue is my favorite color so this jumped right out at me. I love the old basket and the way you have it displayed. I collect old baskets and cannot get my fill of them. ~~Sherry~~

Renee {Shabby, Chic and Charming} said...

Hi! Thanks for visiting me and following my blog! I'm your newest follower as well.

What a clever idea for the wreath! Love it! I'm doing a frenchy giveaway soon so come back to visit!

Cha Cha said...

Well i just love your wreath, it is so chic. Now you have me wanting to go and make one. Thanks for sharing and inspiring me.

Cha Cha

Lynda said...

Hi Ahrisha,
Thank you for visiting my blog, SomethingCreatedEveryday.blogspot.com. I came by for a visit and love your hose wreath idea. Very clever! I saw your recipes and beautiful vignettes and just had to become a Follower.

Richard Cottrell said...

I think we are all so ready for spring. I just hope some of it can be delayed till Easter. Thanks for sharing. Richard at My Old Historic House

Scribbler said...

It's so sweet of you to leave such a nice comment on my blog -- thanks for visiting. I really got a kick out of your garden hose wreath -- the husband may find one hanging on his garden shed next weekend!

janet said...

Oh Ahrisha,
That wreath is fabulous!!!!!

I have so many old hoses, now I know just what to do with them.

Janet xox
http://theemptynest-janet.blogspot.com/

molly susan strong said...

I am so glad you stopped by my little place. i am your newest follower. I can't wait to see your furniture! Go for it.

Farah Muzaffar said...

Hello Ahrisha ...I am here first time and feel happy while roaming on your blog... your wreath is so simple and with no budget involve... cute project...
I would love if you please peek a little at
http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
Sure you will find a crafty project of your choice from my library…
Love
Farah

Barbara Jean said...

Welcome back, and glad to meet you!!

Thanks for visiting my place. Off to look around yours now.

blessings
barbara jean

very merry vintage style said...

Wanted you to know I featured your sweet wreath from last week's Share the Love party--thanks so much for linking up and I hope you'll be back again!
Mary

The Cutest Blog on the Block said...

Hello,

Thanks for your comment on our blog. I'm not seeing the tag on our background either. That's weird. It seems to be working well on other people's blogs. Have you tried to switch out the background code for an updated one?

Thanks,

Ashley TCBOTB

Donna said...

How clever your wreath is! Isn't it good to be back on-line? So sorry you had computer problems.

I also love the covered dish you had in your previous post - gorgeous!

Donna

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

omygosh, that wreath is adorable. What a great idea! Your basket filled with treasures is a lovely Springtime welcome. Thank you for linking to Favorite Things. laurie

Karin said...

Glad you're back, Ahrisha. I always love your posts which convey such a serene, natural lifestyle.

Alaina said...

Oh my gosh I just love it, I like the one you made for your neighbor but I think yours is better, maybe the bird nest puts the finishing touch on it. I can just see my husband rolling his eyes if I were to hang that on his garage door. Great job.

Crystelle Boutique said...

What a fun idea to use a water hose as the base for a wreath. Certainly appropriate for spring, I would say!

hugs x
Crystelle