Roses brought in from the garden (sadly not ours!) to escape the forecast gales. A walk in Culbin Forest over on the east coast with its amazingly colourful pine needled and sandy forest floor home to some very smelly black mushrooms. I keep looking at old buildings in and around where we live. This one looking out on lochbroom with its rusty worn corrugated roof gives me a card idea! I'm still battling on with my project. And yes, I am hoping to sell them eventually. I just need a bigger printer and a guillotine and a card stock supplier. When I'm not drawing and thinking about all the other things (like housework and stuff I should be doing) I'm hooked on knitting little cotton square dishcloths, I can actually knit these and watch television at the same time! A real getting older persons activity...!
And, I nearly forgot, on sunny days the bees hug the flowers as if their very lives depended on it, and I suppose they do. We've had a lot of bees this year and they've been very busy.
I do like what you're doing with your pictures, the cards look fantastic.
What charming cards! You have a light touch, Annie.
I love your art work. I've never tried making boxes but guess there is plenty of scope (for me!) to go wrong!
Lovely photos, as ever. That cotton yarn looks lovely to knit with, and nice subtle colours.
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