It's Wednesday already, the days are flying again. We had a cool and blustery day yesterday, which I much enjoyed, and in the evening the wind dropped and the sun came out in time for an evening walk along the Rhine, which was just perfect. On Sunday we had some heavy rain in the evening, which was good, and we need more!
For my challenge 'Anything goes' at Tag Tuesday I have another tag (10"). As I already told you, I unearthed lots of treasures when I cleaned my working space, and I am using them to make my tags. Old paintings were chopped up to make backgrounds, and some of the lost and founds bits will be appearing on my tags in the coming days. I love crafting like this - no theme, no stress, just playing with disparate bits and bobs and seeing what comes out. This paper was painted and textured and reminded me of jacquard silk, so perhaps that's why the bride pair (TH) appeared. The roses were from some sheets of rub-ons which I also discovered in my clear-out. The text is from TH and I sewed it all together before adding the bridal bouquet and wings:
and Simon Monday Challenge - the couple are marrying to get away from the midsummer blues!
On Sunday evening, as on many others, too, I watched the crows in the trees behind the house. They sit there every morning, too, and often wake me with their raucous cawing:
But then the wind came up and blew some very dark skies over us, and we had lots of thunder and lightning:
And it rained hard, which was good:
After the rain and clouds the crows came back again:
And brought a rainbow with them:
That made me happy! And yesterday's evening walk along the Rhine and through our little town rounded off a great day, too:
Have a great day, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!