Thursday, April 1, 2010

"K" is for a "Knight" at Campagne Maison

Bonjour from Campagne Maison


A Knight at Campagne Maison

Sir Paul or Sir Elton, he is not, and, he does not sit at a round table. But, this Knight keeps the karma and kismet keen at Campagne Maison and serves as a backdrop for many Kodak moments.

I am linking up to Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday. Grab her button on my sidebar to read all the other "K"s for today!

Thanks for stopping by the farmhouse for a visit today. We love having company.

Au revoir,

22 comments:

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What a neat piece! It would be fun to have one of these knights.

My name is PJ. said...

Kool piece! I loved the 'keeps the karma and kismet'!

Great K, Jacque

Viki said...

Really cool piece.

Always Nesting said...

Your very own knight! Now how many of us can say that? Adorable (can I say that about a knight?) piece of art.

I think that's the cutest piece ever!

Maggie B said...

Who wouldn't want a knight in shining armour around the house?
Great K post.
~Maggie~

Sarah said...

Wow, Jacque, how cool to have your very own knight. Love all the "k" words you worked into this, clever one. I'm sure he is perfect for Kodak moments. LOL
Have a Happy Easter Weekend, sweet friend.

Sea Witch said...

Okay, very very cool. Everyone neeeds a knight to watch over the castle or to storm it occasionally. Do you decorate him up for Halloween to? Sea Witch

laterg8r said...

very cool knight to guard your door :D

Lorrie said...

Your very own knight! How wonderful. He must really add a dash of romance and glamour to your home.

Anonymous said...

Knights and nights in the country are a good thing.

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

I love your Knight! He's so dignified and stately....

Jenny said...

What a very, very kool Knight!

I suspect he is much sought after as a photographic companion!

Thanks for a great stop on Alphabe-Thursdays journey through the letter "K"!

A+

Tina said...

I remember my Grandma Vivian taking us to a dinner theater show each Christmas season. By far my favorite show was Camelot. Thanks for stirring that memory. I want my own knight!

Jo said...

oh i can see why he's the center of a whole lot of kodak moments, my he is stately!

Amanda said...

How fun to have your own knight! I'm sure everyone wants to have their picture taken with him!

Steph said...

It's so cool you have a knight, and great words! I had to look up kismet even though I heard it many times before. Kodak moments :).

Linda said...

Good Knight! (such a lame joke) oh well I enjoyed my visit and your very KOOL KNIGHT!

Megan said...

I love your Knight and I love your house! Hopefully someday we will be back in the country!

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Christy said...

Oh I want a knight of my very own. My kids would get such a kick out of it!

Catherine said...

What a krafty idea! I'd love one of those for my front entry ... on days that I don't want to be bothered, I could just hang a little "Go Away" sign around his neck ;) !
Happy Easter,
Catherine :)

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

That knight is wonderful! A lot of fun.

DecoratingYourWorld said...

NO MATTER WHAT....TO HAVE YOUR OWN KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOUR AT YOUR BECK AND CALL. FABULOUS!TRES CHIC!!!