Saturday, July 26, 2008

No Need To Knock On This Door

No One will answer.
It goes no where.
It does not open.

Sorry been watching ghost movies today...thought I would give you a chill(-:
I do like the aura below the door. It is very interesting don't you think???

I made the claypot wreath and even made another one for a friend on the Garden Junk Forum


Perennial Gardener said...

I love your mysterious doors to nowhere. The claypot wreath is a nice touch too.

Renna said...

That is so neat, Cindee! :-D

Laurie Fischer said...

I love the doors! I decorate them at the holidays where I work for displays....never thought to put one in the garden. Very cool!

Katherinellen said...

Love that clay pot wreath...ig's cute. Hope you are having a great weekends. We are having a wet weekends....we was so dry here..Our grass was yellow. So we had steady rain today...Thank the Lord! I been trying to keep my garden alive. We are suppose to ge 101 degrees Mon thru Wed. YIKES! Have a wonderful weekends. :)Smiles

Robin's Nesting Place said...

Thank you so much for your comments on my blog.
You asked me the other day if I boil my hummingbird nectar. Usually I do, but sometimes if I'm in a hurry I boil two cups, add the sugar and then I add cold water and ice to cool it off quickly. I have a reverse osmosis system so I don't get much chlorine in the water.

I love your bowling ball idea. I found a purple one not too long ago and may one day try your project.
Have a great rest of the weekend!

Brenda Kula said...

Hey, enjoyed the mystery. Looked ominous! Thought I had you on Google Reader; wondered where you'd been... Course it was me! I don't know what is wrong with me these days.

Cinj said...

That wreath is a neat idea. Also like the door to nowhere, those doors are interesting looking. I've got a bunch of pots too, but not THAT many. I've got some ideas of project to do with them though. I can't wait til I have time to get to it.

cindee said...

Hi Perennial gardener(-:
Thanks for your nice comment(-:

Hi Renna, Thanks!!!

Hi Laurie, I had that door for at least two years before I used it. I got it at a garage sale for 3.00 and I was so excited when I got it. I just didn't know what I was going to use it for. Thanks for stopping by(-:

Hi Katerine,
I am glad you are getting some rain!!! Thanks for stopping by. My weekend is going well(-:
Sounds like you are going to have a hot week next week!!!

Hi Robin, Thanks for commenting!
I boil half and add cold water too.(-: Just to melt the sugar and make it all mixed in well. Thanks for commenting!!! Hope you do make your bowling ball sometime. They are fun to do.

Hi Brenda,
My blog list was not working the other day either. It must have been bloggers fault!!!(-:

Hi Cindy,
Glad you like the door(-: It did take a lot of pots to do the wreath but I collected them for a while so I had enough. Finally I gave up and bought several so I could finish it(-: Thanks for stopping by!!!

Jamie said...

I love it!! I wish I had mroe room to make something like this in the garden. Great!

cindee said...

Hi Jamie,
Your garden is so beautiful and filled with gorgeous flowers. Maybe you could squeeze an old door in there somewhere but it really is wonderful just as it is
(-: My garden does not do much in the heat so I need some garden art items to fill in(-:

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

I love garden doors, are those yours? they are awesome!

cindee said...

Hi Kathy, Actually that is the same door just different pictures of it!(-: It has the claypot wreath on it now.

Anna said...

The aura is creepy...stop scaring me. I have auras with my migraines and first time it happened it--I nearly scared myself to death.

I love those doors. The wreath and birdhouse are a pleasant touch. I like the condition of old worn out wood. Adds to the moment.

Anne Fannie said...

I love your claypot wreath and to have this door in your garden, what a great idea!

Outer Banks Mom said...


Kathy said...

What a COOL door! It's like the Winchester Mystery House. LOL!

You are so creative!