We had another very cold and windy day here, but I was lucky to get home this afternoon just before the rain started. Sooner or later it has to get better!
For my 'spring is in the air challenge at Tag Tuesday I have another tag made from the masterboard I showed yesterday. This time the background stamps used are from Artemio. The woolly sheep is one I picked up last week at the Euro shop, I couldn't resist it!
And here another piece of altered art, this time with a painting from Miro, which I chopped up, re-assembled and scribbled on - fun!
I was very happy to get some happy mail from Canada in the post this week, sent by David Gascoigne of Travels with birds.
David often goes off bird spotting and shows the most wonderful photos on his blog, and he really knows a lot about them. If you are a bird lover, check his blog out - it's worth it!
I love this card with the penguins, which I unfortunately only know from zoos,
and this pic is really priceless. Miriam made the beautiful bookmark, which is so beautifully sewn. Thanks you guys, much appreciated! Real letters in the postbox instead of bills and adverts are always such a delight, and seem to be getting rarer these days, which makes it all the lovelier when letters like this arrive!
This was the nearest we got to sunrise today:
The sky changed constantly, from black clouds to blue skies and sunshine:
The Canada Geese were out and about:
The sheep are higher up on the meadows just now:
Sorry for the fuzzy pic, I had problems to keep the camera still because of the raging wind, which didn't seem to disturb the sheep a bit:
More damage along the stream:
I just got home before the rain started:
And I have new slipper-socks to keep my feet warm- aaaaaaaaaaw!
Have a great day, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!