Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Village of The Arts-Stained Glass

Sandra French Stained Glass Studio is brightly colored and I love her sign and glass garden. Meander through the photos while you read a few ways to tell if someone is GOOFY
 You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you.

  Honk if you love peace and quiet.
 I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be without sponges.
 Despite the cost of living, have you noticed how it remains so popular?
My personal favorite...
She's always late. Her ancestors arrived on the Juneflower.

26 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

Ooh, I love what she did with the planter, bottles and pieces of glass. That make a really pretty yard decoration.

It was the sponges one that cracked me up! Don't know why, it just struck the right note.

diane b said...

That sure is a colourful house.

Catherine said...

Gosh ~ you wouldn't want to be walking around in bare feet near that planter! Haha!

Happy Wednesday Sandra!
xo Catherine

Betsy from Tennessee said...

What a neat and creative place... Don't walk around there bare-footed though.... ha

Juneflower, huh???? CUTE!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Snapper II said...

Oh you are so funny, made me smile.
Great post. I lovethe colorful house's/studios. Great header, I love it.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

See, I thought you were hiding your talents from us, you have a glass shop....

Love these pics and the remains of the stained glass. I have a box of those fragments as I use to go a bit of stained glass.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my gosh Sandra - now this is MY kind of gal. Peace and Quiet and the June-flower. I have to tell Andy that one. And I love the colors.

sandie

Mama-Bug said...

Definitely a very colorful cottage. The little glass garden was very neat.

George said...

Thanks for sharing this colorful and interesting place with us. Thanks, too, for the goofy statements.

TexWisGirl said...

i loved the 'honk' one. :)

Snapper II said...

I am way behind on looking at your blogs. Went back to the red flowers. That is the last one I looked at. Love all of those quaint old houses with their bright colors. Your Hen and Chicks are beautiful! Mama always had pots of them as long as she was able to live at home. I think I told you I tried to plant them when we moved here and the squirrels dug them up! Never tried again. I have a black thumb and nothing I plant lives very long. I need Bobby Appleseed here to take care of them for us! All of your pictures are beautiful. Keep snapping! Love ya, Madeline

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Very colorful cottage! Thanks for the chuckles...Juneflower!! LOL! I think I know a few people that remark fits!

missing moments said...

Amazing blaze of colors! Love your banner!

Remington said...

Beth told me that is some place she would LOVE to visit! Love the quotes -- cool!

Ginny said...

The glass garden is wild! But is that sharp shards of glass? Yikes, that would be so dangerous, even though she has bottles around it. What if a squirrel or chipmunk got a glass shard in their paw? What if a child tippy toed in and got glass in their hands? What if a high wind scattered them? Hey, I see stepping stones, and colorful round ones. I hope your next post shows them. I hope you show EVERYTHING at ALL the houses and don't skip anything, it is fascinating!! How about going inside on an open day?

SweetMarie said...

Very colorful and unique! Thanks for the giggles!

S. Etole said...

Great colors and that planter is a favorite.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

what a delightful post with pretty colourful shots!
witty captions as usual.:)

Deborah said...

HONK HONK!!
xxoo
Deborah

BlueShell said...

Hi...
Do you have a new template???Nice!

And what amazing gallery: I like that!!!
BlueShell

Ann said...

what a charming little cottage and I love the glass garden.
Juneflower huh?...lol I believe I know a few people who must have had ancestors on that ship also

EG Wow said...

Yep, someone is goofy. :)

And someone loved blues and greens.

Deb said...

Sandra you always crack me up...

Rose said...

I love that last one--about arriving on the Juneflower.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

The colors are perfect for the 'village of arts' Really pretty

KleinsteMotte said...

The colourful stuff around this place makes for great pics. But your words have me smiling even more.