I do love winter, but after several months I'm ready for spring Last spring while I was painting this picture I could smell the blossoms, see the fresh turn soil and laundry blowing in the breeze and the whole family at work and play all in My World!
These are the Quilties I sent for trade: FLY,FLY, FRIEND, VICTORIAN SHELVES and FUN
These are the Quilties I received in trade: RED HEART from Carolyn Ross from Marcelin, SK, Canada (sewdarnquilt.blogspot.com ; ROSES & LACE from Vicki Zoller from Jacksonvville, Fla. (firstname.lastname@example.org and AT THE BEACH fromLynette Hammit from Parks, Az. (email@example.com. This trade was fun as always! I enjoyed each one! I have 19 quilties now and will be figuring out how to display them soon. Any Ideas?
A Big Thanks to Sandra Kaye ( sandrakayedesigns.blogspot.com) for sponsoring this trade!!
I thought you might enjoy my husband Maurices (pronounced Morris) and my attempt at the "Roaring 20's look" where we celebrated at our Church Valentines Banquet Sunday Night! I painted The "Love Never Fails" sign for the entrance where the couples pictures were taken.
The redbirds are so vivid against the pure white snow! This was painted looking out my dining room window a couple of years ago Of course Chipper, the squirrel was there too! The above camera picture was taken this morning after our first snowfall of the winter!
As soon as the snow starts falling the redbirds come from everywhere! Chipper the squirrel is always there! I painted the above painting while looking out my kitchen window a couple of years ago. The camera picture is how it looked this morning with our first snow of the winter!.
Three of my newest little "Raggedys" are taking part in this special birthday greeting. The Heart Pillow was just finished for the occasion too. The little felt initials usually set on my studio table, but I thought they added a nice touch!!
Hello, my name is Marlynne Joy Snare (pronounced Marilyn) and I am really excited to be jumping into this new world of "blogging". I call myself a "Folk Artist" and enjoy creating with fabric, paint, wood and all types of natural materials. It will be fun to share some of these inside and outside the house projects with you too!