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June 20, 2010

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Millie

Your weather is such a contrast to ours! We have had so much rain and cool weather lately. I really like the prints you used, and wish we could grow caladiums like yours!

dotsie (aka podso)

Even at 80 the water looks refreshing. It's hot here too. I love your pillows and all the color! My gerbers are also struggling.

Brenda Kula

I will tell you that no, there's nothing in the world those toile pillows won't spruce and pretty up! I LOVE your outdoor area. I have a Target gazebo I bought about four years ago. Clyde has scratched up the top, but otherwise it's still okay. That's probably because it's in an area that's only a tiny bit bigger than it is. And a tornado would probably have to lift it out.
Brenda

Cindy @ Applestone Cottage

Love the pillows, love the brick patio, everything is so charming and fun!
That pool looks inviting too!
We're lucky, only about 80 every day this week.
Cindy

Rhondi

Hi Andrea
The pillows are beautiful and the whole space looks so inviting! It's been hot here too...in the mid 90s so we're not sitting outside either!
Thanks for joining the party!
Hugs, Rhondi

ginger

LOOOOOVe the colorful, pretty cushions and flowers on your lovely space. Just awesome. How relaxing that must be.

Ginger

Robin

Love all your colorful cushions. Very pretty patio area!

Roberta

Love your patio and the new fabrics. I swear I had that striped fabric on your couch and I had used it to reupholster some bamboo chairs that we painted black for our summer condo a few years back. It has since sold but I'm sure the furnishings helped to sell it ;} Your pool looks so inviting...we are staying in where it's cool as well here in NC. Have a great week, fondly, Roberta

Lisa

Your patio is stunning. The colors are so comfy and inviting. The fabrics are gorgeous! I'm so glad I joined this porch party. I have seen many terrific blogs I haven't seen yet! Glad to have seen yours.
Lisa

Sheila

Your patio is adorable! I love the toile and all the pillows! Just as cute and fresh and festive as can be. Thank you for sharing your garden with us. I love the gerber (sp) daisies and that pop of yellow. It's PERFECT!

I'm a little late to the party. I got held up in a fight with a sling chair. Don't ask! :-)

Happy Porch Party...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Sarah

Beautiful, inviting space. Love your new pillows, especially the red toile. Thanks for having us. ~ Sarah

Sandy@Copper~n~Things

Love the red toile pillow! You did a great job with the bricks, allot of hard work. Everything looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Sandy

Marina

Hi! you have beautiful pillows!I love in diferents colors! great idea!
lovely back patio

xoxo

marcia

I love all your plants and the gorgeous vivid colors! it looks so summery and fresh! marcia

Jonell Harrison

So Comfortable and Colorful;Thanks for sharing with us..I shall return..Jonell
http://mygrammashouse.blogspot.com

Miss Merry

I can't take my eyes off those beautiful fabrics! So colorful and summery. And I love your brick patio.

Betty

I "love" the colors on your porch swing!
Everything looks beautiful.
Hugz ..Betty

The Pleasures of Homemaking

I would so be in that pool! Love the red toile pillows and yes they look good with everything! Love the reclaimed brick you used too - it all looks beautiful!

Manuela

Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Lavender Hill Studio

I am sorry I missed the porch party...I was traveling. Your porch looks lovely. I love the combination of fabrics you used for your pillows and cushions...perfect!
Hugs,
Penny

Kathy

Love your brick patio, I have always admired used brick, would like to have a home built out of it.

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