Tuesday, June 30, 2009

There I go dreamin' again...


Picked out a few 'new to me' books
at the thrift store. One was a
Sunset
Sheds and Garages
and this is the shed for me.


And this looks like a great place for some of
that RockCandyland dreamin'.


You can hang out here a while or
venture to other OUTDOOR places
along the path to
A southern Daydreamer...Susan.

~Candy~

19 comments:

KBeau said...

I think that shed would be perfect for you.

Susan said...

I would love to have a shed like that! Perfect!

Kathy said...

Isn't the hammock just yummy...and that shed was someones labor of love wasn't it! Love dreamin!!! xoxo~Kathy~ Up-North...

Sandra said...

I love the shed. You can tell that someone put alot of love into it. :)
Blessings,
Sandra

Mary said...

Both images are terrific. I'd need the hammock on the porch to rest after all the work it took to build that fantastic shed. Have a great day and enjoy the holiday weekend.

Barb said...

I love 'em both!!

blessings,
Barbara jean

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

Isnt that shed just the quaintest!! and the hammock -- i would like to think there was a butler that would come with it to serve me cool iced tea. OK..enuff dreaming!! hahhah

Thanks for sharing.

TTFN~~Claudia ♥

bj said...

Good grief..I love your kind of day dreamin'...:) but I especially love your header. Now, I would love something like that in my back yard..we have too much hotness, bugs and wind, tho...still...I can daydream, too..

stefanie said...

oh, i could stay in that shed for a long time, beautiful

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

I would definitely hang out in that shed!...love your blog with all the beautiful photos!!
Happy OW!!

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Love that porch! That hammock is so inviting. The shed is so darling! I love it's uniqueness and the beauty of the tree posts. The roof is adorable. I love how it is situated over creek. Like it is just floating downstream. Too heavenly. It's so you. Is that moonshine jugs I see inside the doorway? ;)

Tina

blushing rose said...

That shed is so darling, a lot of love went into creating it ... & so near the creek. Peaceful piece of creative history. TTFN ~Marydon

Lynn said...

I'll show this pic of the shed and

he'll have it on his ranch by fall!

Me? I'll take the hammock or my kid used to call them ham hock.

Jean Tuthill said...

I love them both! The shed is so creative and the hammock looks so inviting.

Jean Tuthill said...

Hi Candy, I'm back to answer your question--The base book is one of those hard childrens books. I used a glue stick to apply the scrapbooking papers. A little tip: choose one that doesn't have too many pages. I thought I would never get finished with this one! It was really fun to do and I'll probably make more for the special people in my life. I'm glad you like it and you are going to try one. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact me.
Oh, one more thing, I painted the edges and the middle of the pages gold with acrylic paint.

Karen Valentine said...

Hi Candy. I wanted to come by and say thank you for leaving a lovely comment about my dog Harley. Your words were really appreciated.

Karen
My Desert Cottage

Dixie said...

Candy... you daydream good... I'd love to have that shed too... especially if I could get it right there by that little stream...

have a happy 4th... see you next week!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Great photos! I REALLY want that hammock and the beautiful porch to hang it on. laurie

suzeeez said...

You have such great taste. love that shed and I really would love one of those hammocks....it would go in my gardeb nicely.
:o) Sue