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Someplace in Thyme

I have been creating since I was a little girl. I am happy to say that having my own website has opened up a whole new world for me. Trying new mediums is a joy and sometimes a real eye opener. I sell what I create on etsy and my website, someplaceinthyme. If you have questions,please email me at cpeterson72@q.com. I welcome new blog friends and am honored if you find my little piece of heaven interesting enough to follow.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Pink Saturday

Short and sweet this week, I wanted to thank Beverly from how sweet the sound for all she does for all of us all year. I hope everyone that celebrates Thanksgiving had a wonderful holiday of friendship, love, faith and lots of great food. Happy Pink Saturday to all my pinkies friends.Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


I would love to wish all my friends in blogger land a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. May your holiday be filled with peace and love, lots of family and wonderful, delicous food. I appreciate each and every one of you and look forward to sharing posts and pictures of this special day to be grateful and give thanks for all the bounty we share. If you are traveling, take care, return safely and if you are staying put, stay safe and warm, I will see you soon.

Monday, November 23, 2009

New Handmade Ornaments

Here they are, just as promised, more of my sweet holiday ornaments for your holiday tree, or that special gift. I have been busy this past week getting more of little sweet things ready for my website at someplaceinthyme. The above picture is a set of four angels with paper roses. Each one has been sugared with german glass glitter for some holiday sparkle.
Four snowmen, or should I say snow women? Pretty in pink paper roses and sugared with german glass glitter, what a lovely site for the Christmas tree.
You can not be without stockings on a tree now can you?! I have made two pink and two white, but each one has beautiful paper roses and german glass glitter for some holiday sparkle and glow. They measure approx. 4" and hang with a satin ribbon. Very shabby and oh so chic too.

Friday, November 20, 2009


Happy Pink Saturday to all the sweet pinkies out in blogland. I have been very busy this week sewing pj's for my grand daughter. She will be toasty warm this winter. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and the perfect Thanksgiving. Thankyou so much for stopping in to say hi. This is short today, but very sweet and filled with love. Thankyou so much Beverly, from How Sweet The Sound for hosting this every week, we appreciate you.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Tuesday Treasures

This weeks theme for the Shabbylaneshops Tuesday Treasures is "Holiday Charm." I have decided to put all my holiday items on sale for this special. You may find them at SOMEPLACEINTHYME. Just click on Tuesday Treasures on the left side of my website. Thankyou so much for all of your wonderful comments, I appreciate them more than you can know.

Friday, November 13, 2009

PINK SATURDAY & A Walk In My Garden

Hello all my pinkie bloggers. Happy Pink Saturday to all of you. Thankyou Beverly from how sweet the sound for making this great day possible.

As most of you know by now, I live in the desert of AZ. The summers are too hot for anything much to bloom and so while most of you are enjoying the garden, mine is wilted and suffering from the intense heat.....BUT, having said that, we are now enjoying a climate that is in the 80's during the day and cold at night. That is great news for a second chance at seeing gorgeous blooms once again before the cold of winter. I decided to take a stroll thru my garden this morning and see what the heavens had surprised me with. I was delighted and wanted to share my bounty with you today. I hope you enjoy all the blooms and they brighten your day.

I don't have many blooms this late in the year, (not like spring) but what little I do have is so beautiful and smells so nice.

This is a rose from a mini rose tree.

This lavender rose smells like heaven, a pure delight for the senses.

This rose changes colors as it opens. Would you believe it starts out as a pink rose?

My hibiscus bloom almost 10 months out of the year. Sometimes the cold nights of winter freeze them. We have been known to get down to 17 degrees at night, but when the sun comes up, we usually get into the high 60' and 70's.

I was able to catch a picture of double blooms on this rose bush. I can see it from my kitchen window. It makes it very hard to think of fall when you see roses like this one.

Another sweet mini, altho not many roses now.

My honey perfume rose tree, this too smells delightful, very sweet.

Another hisbiscus with white veins, beautiful.

This is a little of what I created this week. I have some vintage jello molds and decided to make a pincushion from one that looks like a pie on top. I thinks it's so cute.

Also made some angel ornaments. It is that time of year isn't it. I hope you enjoyed my offering this week, and I hope you all have a great week.

The winner of my pumpkin is........Leann from the Old Parsonage, please email me at cpeterson72@q.com with your address so I can get this to you as soon as possible. Congrats.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Tuesday Treasures, Yippee

Yippee, it's time for Tuesday Treasures. This weeks theme is "Holiday Glitz and Glamour". I decided to show you a little sampling of what's in my shop SOMEPLACE IN THYME. I hope you enjoy, and see you next week.
The above is a tree ornament, painted cinnamon sticks, decorated with lots of pretty blooms and ready for the tree. A bird in a nest too. A beautiful bottle, very romantic and filled with french lavender buds.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Halloween~Grandchildren AND The AZ Bloggers Luncheon

Our sweet grand daughters after a night of trick or treating. Baby Jenna realized that sweet treats were put into her pumpkin!! These are indeed precious moments to treasure forever.
Jack, all dressed up as a pirate and a big happy smile on his face. He has no idea that he is about to be the recipient of lots of great sweet stuff. What a smile and just look at those eyes, he is eye candy to his grandmother for sure.

Twin brother Kyler will give Jack a run for his candy. Could they be any cutier??!! Not to us!! We are the luckiest grand parents in the world with these four lovely children in our lives. We are so very grateful. Thankyou God for all our gifts of love.

AZ luncheon and friendships: We had a gift exchange during our bloggers luncheon and I was the lucky blogger that received this handmade pumpkin and necklace, made from a domino. My gift was made by Sherry and I love it. She took a domino and turned it into this fabulous necklace on a black chain, witches shoes and hat on the front, ribbon on the sides. It was perfect. Sherry used a vintage chenille bedspread to make the pretty pumpkin and decorated the top. I will cherish is always and look forward to spending time together crafting and just hanging out.

Isn't that a great idea??

This pumpkin sits on my table in the family room. I will leave it out until the Christmas Holidays. Great work Sherry.

We all met at Gooseberries Tea Room. I had a crunchy chicken salad for lunch and it was so yummy!!

I met lots of beautiful people there and hope to see them again soon. So much to talk about and so little time.

Lots and lots of happy bloggers, what a great day.

We really hated to see it end.

Monday, November 2, 2009


It's time again for the much anticipated Tuesday Treasures. This weeks theme is Cherished Holiday Gifts. Please come on over and see what I have spotlighted this week. You can visit me HERE, and click on Tuesday Treasures on the left side bar, thanks so much.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

I Would Like Your Vote

Shabbylaneshops is having a contest and I would appreciate your vote for my shop, someplace in thyme. All you need to do is click on the link on the right side of my blog and vote for my shop. Thankyou so much and wish me luck.

The BEST Zuccini Bread EVER

I have promised my freinds this wonderful recipe for what I think is the best zuccini bread I have ever tasted, and here it is, please enjoy.
Whenever I have made this and believe me, I make this alot, the recipe only uses 2 zuccini's. Usually I buy small to medium zuccini's.
This is the wonderful tasting bread done and still in the pan. Smells so good.

Here we are, out of the pan and ready to cut.....pop in the mouth and enjoy. Now, on with the recipe: very easy and very good too.
3 eggs, beat and add:
2 cups sugar
1 cup of oil
2 cups of raw zuccini, peeled and grated
2 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons baking soda
3 teaspoons cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup chopped nuts
bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until toothpick comes out clean.
2 loaf pans, greased and floured.