Thursday, February 19, 2009

I'm Inspired

Key Lime Pie Tarts

My oh my, so many of you ladies inspire me. I mean it...the talent out there is incredible. I am enjoying reading your thoughts, looking at your talents, watching your flowers grow, and gaining weight(not enjoying that lol) just looking at all the wonderful recipes that you make. Another wonderful thing is making new friends. One person can not have too many friends, that's for sure.

I'm going to soon be posting soon some pics of my new candles in handpainted bowls ( that I hand painted. ) They have turned out so cute, if I must say so myself.
Sugar Plum Tarts/Blueberry Tarts/Strawberries in the Snow

Picture taken by Cathy @ Cobblestone Farms
You can shop at Cobblestone Farms and purchase these unique candles.



Please leave me a comment on what is your favorite spring/summer fragrance?

Here's a few tarts to leave you with.....have a wonderful Friday!

Blessings,
Linda

5 comments:

Sugarplum Cottage said...

Oh now you have me wanting some lime jello. I love anything lime, these are real, aren't they? Guuurrrrl your so talented you must join me for "Project Friday". You could show a little bit about making candles and then offer them for sale along with the price. I may have to get me some of those sugar plum tarts. You know these would be so cute in one of my
cupcake plates. I just noticed your from KY, I have family that live there. My sister has a small shop there, do you know Pamela at Beehind Thyme? Hugs, Rosemarie

Danielle said...

Those look so yummy! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I used just a tape runner to adhere the paper onto the box (a permanent one), but the paint was a bit wet still, so the paper probably stuck to the paint more than the tape. Thanks for your nice comment!
Danielle

This Country Girl said...

First of all, thank you for stopping by my blog for a visit! I believe I'll take you up on the challenge one day of watching the Anne of Green Gables series, followed by Love Comes Softly (which I love too), then Sarah Plain and Tall (which has been a LONG time since I've seen). I can't wait to show my family the Sarah Plain and Tall ones too!

I love your candles! Those are adorable! My favorite spring/summer scent would be citrusy smells like honeydew, honeysuckle and even lemon! I really love my honeydew though!

Have a great weekend!
Tammy

Julie said...

Hi, Miss Linda!

Your candles look good enough to eat! In fact, I was going to ask you for the recipe for those Key Lime Bars....

Your daughters are just beautiful!
I just love that picture of your daughter holding her baby -- the way she's looking at her Mommy is just priceless! Congratulations on your newest grand-girl!

Those fabrics you've picked out are gorgeous!
Still no ideas on how to kill a mole??? I'm desperate!!!

Have a blessed week-end!
Julie

Kim said...

You are so very talented, I just love the candles and the other items you make. As for scents, I like things that smell like food such as cinnamon, vanilla, apple pie...I wonder if there is a scent of home baked bread???

I love many scents of flowers but most set off my allergies so I try to avoid those. Kim