Thursday, 8 September 2016

Accidentally Alice

I was doing the food shopping earlier this week in a well known budget supermarket, and outside of the door they had a stand full of potted miniature rose bushes. Red ones, pink ones, white ones, and nestled right in the middle of them - this one!


All together now -

"Doodle de do de do de do, bum bum bum bum bum, 
Painting the roses red, We're painting the roses red"

In other news, here are two Van Gogh TARDIS cushions I made for Naomi to take back to her student house.





12 comments:

Tiffstitch said...

Great find on the roses, how odd. Beautiful cushions too!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Love that rose bush! How clever.
Nice cushions too.

Linda Harris said...

How unusual to have a different coloured rose in amongst the white ones. Fabulous cushions. X

Bea said...

Beautiful roses! and fantastic cushions.

Preeti said...

Lovely roses! And the cushions are perfect !!

Brigitte said...

These cushions look wonderful.
Sometimes my husband also buys these potted miniature roses, they just look lovely. Particularly yours with white and red rose buds.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

I love those cushions. The fabric is great.

Barb said...

Loved the Alice song Christine how well it matches up with your rose (s) Oh wow those cushions are super for a Doctor fan, may I ask where you bought it as Martins boss loves anything Dr ,he has Tardis in his cinema room!!! Hmmm I can hear you thinking cinema room!!!
Hope all is well with you.

Justine said...

Those cushions are fabulous! Lucky girl. I love your roses too - how unusual.

rosey175 said...

What a lovely find with the roses! I took a chance on a sad rose no one wanted nor could tell me the color -- very pink.

Great pillows! Have always liked that fabric print. :D

Julie said...

Great find for the garden.

Carol said...

What a fun rose bush to find, Christine!! I've never seen one like that--I hope it continues to bloom white and red :)

Love the pillows--I'm sure they'll be a hit with Naomi and her fellow students...