We had a great day here, sunshine and blue skies, and for the next few days we have been promised temperatures up to 35°.
I made another piece for my memory wall. I used corrugated cardboard for the backing, which I painted with a mix of acrylics in terracotta, dark brown and gold. I drizzled Utee gold all down the right side, and added some patches of gilding flakes, and some scraps of old letters, which I pressed into the folds of the cardboard. The photo shows my Mother and my eldest sister, probably taken in 1940. I fussy cut the figures, and added some white burlap, lace, a button a bow, some feathers and a flower. I made the tie with some pretty fibres. I still have the brooch my mum is wearing there.
I am linking to Paint Party Friday, Paper Saturdays (sorry, Manon, I forgot last week!) and Moo Mania and more, feathers.
Here I watched a big mobile home driving onto the ferry.
The horses were happy, as always:
The castle ruins were full of birds swooping about:
The skies were wonderfully blue:
And the moon was visible at 4 in the afternoon.
I hope the sun will shine for you over the weekend!
Have a good one, take care, and thanks a lot for coming by!