Wednesday, 20 October 2010

WOYWW & Autumn Colour

Morning all, well what's on my workdesk this morning, nothing I can hear you all saying as I never have anything on there cause I'm too tidy LOL.  Nooooo, your wrong I have..................

a Pumpkin which I have grown myself, in fact I have 8 of them and I'm so pleased with them.  Alongside the pumpkin is a trick or treat bag I made out of felt and on the far right is a second trick or treat bag, both of which are for challenges and will be posted after WOYWW.  If you are still one of the very few who are not aware of What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday then click HERE and you will be transported to Julia's place where you will find all the details and many more desks to nose around.

I thought I would also take this opportunity to show you some late colour in my garden,  I have been gardening for the last couple of days and appreciating any colour we have at the moment and it's quite surprising how much there is, so without further ado, below are some picture just for you to appreciate.
 A pure white Anemone.
A Rudbeckia.
And a Foxglove.  Nature is a wonderful thing.   Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone.  Tracy x x










35 comments:

flutterbycrafter said...

What a fantastic looking pumpkin, and 8 of them to boot. Love your trick or treat bag.

Candace said...

That is the first real pumpkin on a woyww desk so you must win a prize! Well done you for growing them, we have 3 and they are nowhere near that size

Enjoy your day and thanks for sharing

Candace #15

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I have a pumpkin I BOUGHT two weeks ago sitting on my pantry shelf and was thinking about how to carve it. Glad to see someone else is thinking of doing it, too. I like those treat bags. Very clever. Now I must bring my pumpkin to the kitchen table and carve away! Thanks for the inspiration. Happy WOYWW (no. 12).

Mandi said...

Super pumpkin, never grown one of those before, must feel very satisfying to grow something that big! Ive helped grow tomatoes but thats botu it lol

Super pics of your garden and that halloween bag is gorgeous

Happy WOYWW mandi xx

Wipso said...

Fab to be able to show off your home grown pumpkin and your flowers are really lovely on this cold morning.
A x

Cheryl said...

gosh home grown,hun how cool is that love those flowers,and just love that hallowean bag you have on your desk,stunning love hugs
cheryl x(25)

JoZart said...

Wonderful pumpkin, perfect shape and so smooth and unblemished.Well done growing it. It's hard to find them as good in the shops! Lots of soup for you after Halloween.
The flowers are lovely particularly the anenome. thans for sharing,
JoZarty x

Nicks said...

8?? can you spare one please? The bag looks awesome!

Sue said...

Hi ya Tracy
wow a fab pumkin, what ya gona do with the rest of them?? gorgeous flowers,have great day, happy WOYWW, sue,x(13)

Hels Sheridan said...

FAB pumpkin... and gorgeous flowers too hun.. I have some Japanese Anemones in the bombsite - that and some... erm... weeds ROFL Hope you have a fabby day! Hels (40)

Helen said...

Love the flowers still in your garden, and well done with the pumpkin. Will be back later to see your challenge pieces! 938)

Cardarian said...

Your felt bag is lovely!!! And you did grow some really nice pumpkins! The flowers from your garden are amazing colors!
Hugs,
Cardarian

Susie Sugar said...

Hi Tracy you look busy but oh so organized and I love your bag, and what fab photos
Thanks for sharing your desk
Hope you are keeping well
Hugs Susie xx

Maria (inkymits) said...

Fantastic Pumpkin!!!

Maria x #73

Sue said...

Now I miss MY garden!!!!

Jules said...

Those treat bags look fab, and your pumpkin is amazing! You must have very green fingers :D Jules (63)

Neet said...

Hope I have got it right - congrats on your win!
Lovely pumpkin - gosh you grew that. Lovely flowers too. #22

Twiglet said...

Great Autumn colours on this very chilly day - love the little trick or treat bag too.

Terry & Kim said...

You've got a green thumb too! Beautiful photos. Love the treat bags.

Terry #4

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

Crafting and gardening talents - what a wonderful pumpkin. I'm a newbie to the WOYWW so please be gentle with me!! Best wishes, Kym (No 42)

Joanne said...

What a pumpkin. Love the flowers too. Not much left in my garden 'cos there wasn't much to begin with!
Luv Joanne xx

LouDotMac said...

I agree, nature is a wonderful thing!! I love autumn and all the colours it brings! & that pure white Anemoneis stunning!!


Congratulations on growing your pumpkins!! :) What do you planning on doing with them all?

I love your gift bag on the far right, so cute.

A lovely tidy desk, which sometimes isn't a bad thing!!

Lou Mac. #105 xo

butlersabroad said...

Yes Mother Nature is quite wonderful! Love the pumpkin, hope it's an edible one, I love roasted pumpkin soup, yummy! Chop up your pumpkin, roast in the oven with garlic and fresh sage and a bit of olive oil. Them puree everything together with some vegetable or chicken stock and season to taste. Love the Halloween projects and the late flowers too, I should take a photo of my Aster, it's in almost full flower and is close to 4ft across!

Hugs
Brenda 87

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Hi Tracy, wow what a fabulous pumpkin and beautiful flowers, thanks for sharing, hugs Heidi (#26)xx

Julia Dunnit said...

Congrsts on the pumpkin, 8 of them - very impressive. I love roasted pumpkin and soup so I wouldn't be carving and being arty I'm afraid!! Flowers are gorgeous, we're enjoying roses and a super perennial everlasting sunflower whihc is bright yellow. You're right, nature is amazing.

Doone said...

YAY a (tidy and beautifully positioned) pumpkin - on your spotless desk, fab bag too, darn it two things at once - positively untidy for you my dearest!

Dx 104

Sherry said...

What a perfect pumpkin! Your Haloween bags look great - especially the felt one. What gorgeous photos of your beautiful flowers - tfs x

Thanks for already visiting my desk today.

Sherry (103)

Paula Gale said...

Wow Tracey - you have not only inky fingers - but green ones too!!! Well done on the pumpkin!! I know they're pretty fool proof to grow (taking nothing away from this beauty), but its the right fertilizer and room to grow that are the key points... i'd love to grow pumpkins... do you plan to eat any of it - or are they purely for hollowing out for decoration? And the treat bags are fun and fab... i'd better make something even though my boys no longer go round anywhere... hmm - quite a challenge!

well done,

Paula x x x

Sunshine Girl said...

How fantastic to grow your own pumpkins - think I have been out of my back door into the garden about three times this whole year! My pumpkin is bought from hobbycraft! Thanks for sharing (No 46)

Thistleblue said...

Hiya Tracy fabulous pumpkin! and such a cute treat bag! Thanks for sharing, hope you have a wonderful week!
hugs
Michelle (100)
x

Ciara said...

Wow, that pumpkin is fab! Lovely felt bag too.

Still a very tidy desk though!

Ciara
xx

Chrissie said...

Beautiful pictures Tracy and fabulous flowers and pumpkin!
Chrissie #27

voodoo vixen said...

Love the tick or treat bags, such a fab idea but they don't look big enough... the kids around here arrive with pillowcases!! Your pumpkin is lovely - are you going to carve a face on him?

Penni said...

Nice pumpkin!!!

Sorry I'm late visiting this week.

Hugs
Penni
X

Shirl said...

What a tidy desk, the bag is gorgeous and what a fat pumpkin clever you.
Hugs Shirley x