Friday, May 6, 2011

A Gift for a Friend.

You might remember last summer the photos I 
took of my friends garden. It is truly a magical place.
So for her birthday I created a book .
Filled it with a poem and some of the photos
I had taken.
 Leaving a few blank pages for her to add more.
I hope she will like it.
It is a never ending story with her 
lovely garden!


15 comments:

ginger@bearbits said...

What a nice thoughtful gift! How can she not love it?!

~ginger

Sew Loquacious Angela said...

It's beautiful. I'm sure she'll love it.
Have a great weekend!
Angela

Laurie said...

I'm sure she'll love it Sharon, what a beautiful gift, and one that will keep growing. You're so thoughtful!

Pearl said...

It's great and she will love it, what better compliment.

suziqu's thread works said...

Hi Sharon
What a beautiful thoughtful gift. Any friend would truely love such a gorgeous present and it's a keepsake too. Clever girl!
Hugs, Suzy

Snap said...

How wonderful! She'll be delighted, I'm sure.

Merry said...

How could she not like this as it is a beautiful gift idea especially for her. :-)

Zuzu said...

It's lovely, Sharon! I'm sure your friend will cherish it & enjoy adding to it!
Hugs,
Zuzu

Monica@The White Bench said...

Oooh Sharon, fantastic! What a thoughtful gift to be cherished forever!
Monica xo

Terri Kahrs said...

Oh, Wow! What a thoughtful and beautiful gift! Your friend will LOVE this, Sharon!!! It's a treasure! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Createology said...

This is such a lovely personal gift you have made for your friend. She will treasure it I am certain. Also it documents her garden at this stage and time. You are very thoughtful and giving. Marvelous May to you...

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

Lovely gift Sharon!

Janet said...

I'm sure your friend will love the book. What a beautiful and thoughtful gift.

baukje said...

I am sure she will LOVE it, what a nice present!

alveen said...

What a lovely idea, I'm sure your friend was delighted to receive such a personalized gift.
Reading your previous post I'm curious as to what Teddy thinks of 'Butterball'. But when I look at those eyes I realize butter wouldn't melt in his mouth.