Sunday, June 14, 2009

A Triple Header!!!

My weekend was busy.
It was all bunnies,
BBQing and Blue.

This sweet little bunny
wasn't always this way.
I had her for several years
and she was starting to show some wear.

I knew that she needed to be re-stuffed.
I was just reluctant to do it.
I've never re-stuffed a topiary before.

After removing all of the old moss.
I discovered it was a bigger project than I expected.
(Notice the package is blue.)

The moss was not only stuffed in the frame,
but formed around the frame.
Yikes! This meant that I had to be creative!

But so far-so good, I think her head turned out okay.
I'll spare you the details of the rest of her body -
Ta Da
Here She Is!

Inbetween the Bunny Project,
I BBq'd some chicken
and veggies.

Miles on Bunny Patrol.

Jacob's Daisies are B*L*O*O*M*I*N*G!

The Herbs are lOOkin' gOOd!

Some of my Babies are starting to Bloom!

Here's this week's Grow sign.
We have blooms this week!

Notice my pretty Blue Flowers!

The Lanium is Blooming, too!

Miles wants you visit
for Share a Garden Sunday,

for Met Monday Projects,
for other creative Blue ideas!



niartist said...

Robyn! This is sooooo cool! I bought a dog for a friend of mine that she stuffed with the spaghnum moss, and now she has some sort of fern growing in it. It's so cool, I want a little Boston Terrier! LOL! Though - I have seen monkey's too, that Rabbit is sooooo cool! Now you have me re-thinking, adding rabbit to the list! LOL! :) Thanks for participating in Share a Garden Sunday!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I love this! It would never last in Arizona though. :(

marty39 said...

I think the bunny turned out great. I had no idea how they were stuffed. Love it. Your flowers are all blooming well too, and dinner looked great. Hugs, Marty

~~Rhonda said...

Great job on the bunny! She has a perfect spot in the flower pot. So cute! ~~Rhonda

Anonymous said...


I love your garden!!!! Oooh and that chicken and those veggies look yummy! Here it is almost midnight and I am starving! (LOL)

I can't wait to see the rabbit bloom!

Donna Marie

Deborah said...

My, you did a wonderful job! Would never know you hadn't done that before. LOVE your garden. LOVE your dog. Delightful! **blows kisses** Deborah

Chandy said...

Robyn, I wish I can just lounge in your garden... It's so inviting, I love it. It looks like the bunny does, too!

Lori @ Msslaydbug said...

This is adorable !! Your garden is wonderful !

ksarra said...

Hi Robyn, what a great post! Love the way your garden is coming along, and that bunny topiary is TOOOOO cute!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Great job with the bunny redo, Robyn! That's quite a task and it turned out beautifully!

Your garden is looking wonderful!

Shelia said...

Hi Robyn! Oh, I'm so impressed you were able to save your bunny! I wouldn't have known what to do! Your plants are blooming beautifully and that little fuzzy face of yours is adorable!
bE a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Hi Robyn,
Your bunny topiary is so cute! He looks very much at home in your garden. Happy Blue Monday!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Robyn, I love your bunny...too cute. Your entire post is delightful!!


Mary said...

You have been working really hard. I love the bunny. That must have been a lot of work. Have a great day.

Knitty said...

Miles must be doing a good job as your bunny looks very good and safe from the breathing variety of bunnies!

srp said...

Your garden does look wonderful... what a great topiary and you did a fabulous job too. I keep trying to till up a small space for some iris out near the preserve but the rain and weather won't cooperate.

Coloradolady said...

What a wonderful garden, I love the little bunny photos. Lovely post. Happy Blue Monday.

Susan S. said...

Good job on the Bunny Re-Do Ms. Robyn! Your yard sure is looking good! And gotta love the sweet Miles...HOW CUTE! :)

Sue said...

Wowie, you took on some project, Robyn! It came out great, even if you won't show up that little guy's body! The garden is looking good... Do you have to keep it moist at all? I have some inside topiaries that I don't spritz and they turned a little brownish yellow.

Ashley ~ said...

Love your post, and love your blog*! _Ashley

Terry said...

Howdy Robyn
Oh my your bunny is all ready to go off to the Garden and explore .
what an excellent job .
Yummy looking dinner :)
Happy Monday to you sweetie .
Everything was so delightful.
Thank you for sharing all the lovely photos today.
Have a fantastic week.

xinex said...

Everything is so pretty in your garden, Robyn. Great job on the bunny topiary!...Christine

Smilingsal said...

You ARE creative and are quite capable of meeting a challenge. Good job!

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Love love love the bunnies! Hope you had a Happy Blue Monday ~ Susan

Susan said...

Great Job on the bunny! Miles is beautiful! Schnauzer???

Happy Blue Monday!

RobinfromCA said...

How fun! Great job re-rabbiting! I think Miles is a wonderful patrol dog - all of the best ones keep close to the ground so they can see the grass move! ;-)

Happy Blue Monday!
Robin@Miscellaneous Thoughts

Lorna ~ Lace and Ivy Cottage said...

Robyn, You breathed new life into that bunny! It's adorable in your garden.

Melissa Miller said...

How cute is your bunny Robyn!
Love all your outdoor things. :)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Robyn, I think you did a fabulous job restuffing the bunny! I bet he's feeling much better about himself now! Your bbq looks delicious. I could almost smell the cooking. And all of your flowers are looking so pretty. laurie

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Robyn.. you did great with the bunny! turnout awesomely cool! I don't think I am that creative enuff to play around with moss! and your BBQ looks yumm!

happy Monday!

Blue Muse said...

Bs of perfection! That bunny is fabulous!
xo Isa

Fifi Flowers said...

Looks like a great day outside!!!

LdyDy said...

How cute! Being an avid bunny fan...I think this came out darling! I never knew how these were made! Thanks for how about sharing some of that yummy BBQ! Huggy Hugs!!

Lisa (aka) French said...

I'm thinking the bunny looks pretty cool;) Isn't the flowers growing exciting! I have my first leaf of a banana plant coming up and I wasw jumping for joy (I know silly me) Hugs French;)

Anonymous said...

Great job on the bunny!! Love your garden it looks so healthy and vibrant!

Bo said...

Hi Robyn...what a great job you did with "rabbit stuffing"...LOL Your yard is looking so pretty. Thanks for your encouraging words on my blog...You made me feel better! Hugs, ;-) Bo

Boo-Bah said...

I love the bunnies, and your garden, but I ESPECIALLY LOVE YOUR ADORABLE DOG!!

Thank you for visiting my post on Blue Monday.


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hello Robyn!

The rabbit topiary came out so well and looks brand new.
I love your garden! I looked at all the posts below and enjoyed seeing what you planted and the fun rhubarb recipe.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

PS Thanks for all your best wishes! It was a great week of celebrations!

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

You did a great job on Mr. Bunny! I think I would have been too intimidated to attempt it...but he turned out great! Love seeing your garden pics!