Your jam sure looks good. I've never had wild rose & geranium jelly. Have a good day!
Your jam is so pretty. What is your recipe.FlowerLady
dear mrs. mac..it lifts the spirit in me too!how lovely they look these jars of red jelly that are in four different sizes!you are really such a good house wife to you hubby!proverbs 31:14"She is like the merchants' ships; she bringeth her food from afar." have a happy ruby tuesday..love terry
For anyone wanting the jelly recipe, here's the link on my other blog:http://this-newhouse.blogspot.com/2010/06/wild-rose-jelly.html
If that jelly half as good as it looks, it's gotta be THE BEST! Beautiful photo!Many hugs........Diane
This pic just brings a smile to my face. : )What a lovely pic, and joy that you have something so special made yourself. Happy Spring!Tho we may yet (and probably will) get more snow this spring, it has been warm the past couple of days and the snow is melting fast. Warmer - even "unseasonably warm in the 60s - is predicted for the next few days.
Gorgeous.My Ruby Tuesday, please come and see.
I don't want the recipe, I want a jar! LOL!
Well, M&M, aren't you the most clever lady! That pretty looking jelly is the best reason I am sure to be raising edible flowers...Oh yes, I am sure that the geraniums were scented. :)..
How perfect for a Ruby Tuesday post...I haven't had rose petal jelly in years! It was definitely tastier than the dandelion jelly.
I love your Ruby Tuesday pictures!LoveLidj
Red jellies! I sure they rock!
I so love those red jellies I'm seeing. They're lovely.
Dazzling bread-spread!SILLY DITTY“If scarlet be crimson,” he said,“Then rubicund surely is red.And then I suppose,If I named a rose,Its color would go to my head!”© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherRunner in Red
Your Ruby Tuesdays are beautiful! (But I dropped by to ask you read, maybe comment on this: http://prayingforparker.com/7041/the-struggle-to-get-your-kid-to-eat/Barbara
Oh thats beautiful....and what must it taste like?! Yum!
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