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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Waiting For Spring

It's been warm here.  Two weeks ago you might remember was the
 "End of the World As We Know It - Snowstorm." 
 Then it turned warm.  Seemingly, overnight the snow melted.  
The sun came out and Lordy, Lordy,
 I can actually SEE to craft!!
I don't  remember this being an issue
 when I was younger.
Here's what I've been making.
This is sort of blah.
I started it when it was grey and dreary out.
I think I was feeling the same
judging by the total lack of color.
This may be a "work in progress."
These came out pretty well.
I went ahead and listed them in my Etsy shop.
Trying to get the sun to cooperate.
Those teal blue glass Czech beads
are absolutely gorgeous.
I just impress myself all to bits.
I love this photo.
Good thing the neighbors didn't see me
in the backyard in my jammies 
taking this shot.
I guess, in retrospect I should've raked up the leaves last fall...

And this is my favorite thing:

Do you know what it is?
It's a genuine Leprechaun nest!
Also in my Etsy shop.

I'm hoping to catch a Leprechaun.
You get 3 wishes you know, if you do.
What would you wish for?

7 comments:

Amanda said...

...leprechauns lay eggs?

I really like that picture with the turquoise bird's nest on that leaf! It's pretty nifty!

Love,
Your Charming Daughter

Cameron said...

That nest pendant on the leaf.....awesome...awesome, picture!!!

I think my 3 wishes would include the power to point at anything and have it instantly be cleaned, laundered, dusted or tidied...

My second wish would involve a magic refridgerator that was always stocked with my favorite meals...

My 3rd would have to address my whole tricep area flab...haha...

Can you tell I'm lazy?!

see mary stamp said...

So do you think if we sprinkled some Irish Soda Bread crumbs next to the nest, it would help lure some leprechauns to it? :-)

Love your photos and projects.

Terri Kahrs said...

Ohhhh, I want to see those little eggs hatch!!! How adorable!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

sharon said...

Great pieces, I adore organic and rutic beads,they are all beautiful! Thank you for your wonderful and kind comments. I would wish for more beautiful peole in the world like you!

The Tin Rabbit said...

Gorgeous~!!! Love,love the little nest!

Whimsical Folk Art Blog said...

very cute...i would wish for healing, inner peace, and to win the power ball tonight!