A fragrant wreath of dried thyme to hang in the kitchen.
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16 thoughts on “Herbal Therapy”
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jinxx 🎄 xoxo
Big Thank you! Hugs right back!
I could smell the Herb…Mmmm
It would make a great gift🎄
Oh YES! I love this!
What a lovely idea!!
I wish I had made more!!!
I just went out and cut some thyme. 🙂 I can’t believe it’s still green. In fact, a lot had root where it was covering a stepping stone, and I planted it along a rock border on the side. I hope it survives the winter. What fun. I’ve never gardened so late in the year.
I started one! http://friendlyfairytales.com/2014/12/16/happy-hanukkah-right-on-thyme/
hmm, I can almost smell that ovely thyme here! so pretty!
* lovely…of course;0)
I miss my fresh herbs, more than anything else in the garden! Hugs!
How beautiful! And practical. I’m tucking this idea in the back of my mind for next year, when I will have fresh herbs to use. How did you bind it together, if you don’t mind my asking?
I actually tied little bundles with thin jute, then tied the little bundles onto a wire frame. I tucked them very close together…you can then just snip out a little bundle when you need it for cooking!!
I love the simplicity of your garden treasure, very homey. I spotted your vintage reindeer down below too. I have to get myself on instagram to see all the loveliness there!