These little gals are sooooo fat! I needed to use the tripod cause the lighting was terrible but it was in the truck and I was in the house and I didn't want to scare them off. It's till snowing right now but not real heavy. Kansas City is getting hit really hard...last time I saw the weather they had over 8 inches and still coming down. I hope it slides past us! We have had more than our share for one season. I started feeding the birds last fall and we are just now beginning to see a variety of them. We had tons of robins, one cardinal and one woodpecker this morning and tons of little chickadees. I love watching them! I need to get a book on Missouri birds and learn how and what to feed them so I can get some different ones. My sister in law has Orioles and they are so beautiful! This is a kit called Spring Breeze by Michelle Shefveland and I got it from Scrappers Guide.
I found this vase on my last trip to the Amish Country and had to have it just to use as a photo prop. Love the color. Got the Daisy at the florist yesterday.
I think this will get printed and framed to hang in my bathroom when I get it redone.
I will not take credit for this card and I hope its ok with the artist that I 'borrowed' it. It was fun to recreate it without the stamps or punches. I can't thank you enough for helping me with the leaves. I think I could have made them but it would have taken me a whole lot longer! I'm so slow. The punched edge took me most all day yesterday to figure out but I'm glad I persevered cause it taught me a bit more about the Sure Cuts a Lot program and using my Cricut. I can browse these card sites forever....love to see their work and hopefully, someday, when I have more time, I can design my own too. This was the first time I've added stitching to my cards and it won't be the last time. It was so funny to be sewing on paper instead of material and I really like the look it gives the card. I ended up using a grunge overlay cause I was too tired to go to town to buy any ink. I've got an ordered placed for some right now, along with some more card stock and some ribbon. The card is designed by Besty Weldman and her website is Paper, Scissors and Superheros.
Brent had to take the first shot for me. I've been down in the back for several days, don't think I could get down for this angle on a good day. No way on a bad day. If I did I would still be laying there tomorrow.
These are so pretty. Wish they would stay forever.