Wednesday, 4 May 2011

WOYWW - week 100

Good morning and a happy Wednesday!
I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful weather and that you are all well and happy.
I have had a busy few weeks gardening in the sunshine - I have never had such a good tan in April before!!
I  helped Wipso & Mr Wipso to plant the veg patch and helped daughter M and my other half, transform her garden into a more manageable plot with seating area, raised veg bed, flower beds and gravelled area. So, apart from a few aches and pains all is well.
I might show you a few photos when things start to grow.

Not much crafting gone on for a few weeks so my desk has been very tidy and very quiet.
Today I went for funday Tuesday at Wipso's.
We had a great day.
She dumfed a fab bluebell picture and I worked on this one with free machine/collage.
It is similar to the one I made for M's birthday card. You can see the remnants mounted in a little card on the right.

Today I worked in purple/yellow but basically the same design.
I have mounted it on matching fabric stretched over a canvas.

The other photo was taken when we went for a walk in our local Redwood forest.
The trees are huge and really beautiful.

This one fascinated me.
It had been planted in 1863 but blew down in 1936, leaving some of the root in tact and still growing.
The branches on the top continued to grow upwards. There seems to be about 5 tall trees growing out of the tree trunk lying on the ground - weird!

Today I will be out and about in the locality as we are going walking and having lunch out - got to make the most of the sunshine.
Have a great day all.
I hope I can get round to visiting a few more desks this week. Thanks to all who popped in here and left lovely comments. You are such a nice bunch!
Join in the WOYWW fun by checking out our friend Julia's desk and following Mr linky!!


Wipso said...

Hope you have a great day today with special give them my love. The pic looks fab Jo now you've finished it.
A x

peggy aplSEEDS said...

your dumfing projects are gorgeous!

mckinkle said...

Hello Jo,

Wow what a busy bee you have been over recent weeks! And you're off walking for the day today also! Blimey girl, you sure make the most of every day - good for you!

Lovely photos of your recent works Jo, I especially love your gift of the Indigo Moon shop, how wonderful that is!

Hope you get a good foot rub at the end of today as you will deserve it!

Keryn x

jude said...

You have been busy bee ,but hey dont blame you this could well be are early
Yes i was busy with veggie patch too ,yesterday was gonna plant some more veggies outside id grown from seed.So pleased i didnt as heavy frost as we woke this am.But gonna try and do some today and will just cover up as from weather getting warmer.Enjoy your day and lunch
Happy Woyww 100
hugs judex 28

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

What a pretty set of cards. I peeped about your blog and you have some adorable projects. And Beautiful flowers.
I fixed my Sewing Machine and have been using it for a change from card making. Has been fun as we have had NO NICE weather until May, sunshine, temps in the low 30's at night and low 50's daytime. Terrible cold, windy spring. No plants blooming here yet.
Enjoy and thanks for sharing
Sylvia #80

JoZart said...

Life sounds good! Love your dumfing and those trees really are fascinating!
Hugs JoZarty x

Jan said...

love your canvas and am glad you've been able to enjoy the sunshine :)

Helen said...

Love the dumfing and the wood looks fabulous - loads of space to wander in.

Elaine Harding said...

Loving your dumfed pics - my what a busy time gardening you've had! TFS Elaine #19

Sarpreet said...

like the dumfing, Thank you for sharing your workspace, Happy WOYWW 100, crikey 100 weeks! #3

Sarpreet said...

like the dumfing, Thank you for sharing your workspace, Happy WOYWW 100, crikey 100 weeks! #3

Jumbleberries said...

The pic of the tree is amazing, thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW x

Julia Dunnit said...

Trees are amazing aren't they - and if that's not proof that things grow toward the light, I don't know how better it could be illustrated! I like the machine collage - you're very brave to just go for it...and know when to stop, such a skill.

Shazsilverwolf said...

Your cards are fabulous, and I agree that tree is really strange! Shaz #112

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I am in awe of that collage. What fun colors and a lovely composition. As for the tree, I am always fascinated when trees continue to live like that. What an amazing discovery and photo. Happy WOYWW (#6).

Anonymous said...

Lovely. I can't imagine the creative sparks flying with you a Wipso in the same space! Watch out - flet is flammable, isn't it? :)

Mary Anne

sasa said...

These look just great and I love both colours...the joy of stitches. Enjoy the walk.

Thanks for sharing your desk...
Sarah at 4

Sam said...

Your cards are gorgeous. Isn't nature wonderful?!!

SueH said...

I just love the photo of the trees Jo, don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like that before but isn’t Mother Nature wonderful.

I’m glad you had a lovely day Dumfing with Annie; the cards you’ve made are gorgeous.

Happy Crafting

Sunshine Girl said...

Looks like you had a lovely crafty tuesday! those trees are fabulous arent they. Sunshine Girl No. 32

Di said...

Busy girl! And those trees are just amazing. Di x

Spyder said...

You have been busy! I must get out into the garden,it's trying to get in through the window! The puppety things (Pooh's Friends) where from Fisher-Price and they turned up when we swapped my craft room around, They were for my Grandson, but they got left behind I guess... accidentally on purpose I think. Glad we had the lead on Rufus as we really had to pull to get him out of that mud!

Susan Allan said...

Lovely work, Twiglet!

It's amazing how that tree is determined to survive. I passed by last week far too early to call, hopefully next time. I left home at 5.30 and was on the Lleyn Peninsular before breakfast.
Sue xx

Mrs A. said...

Your picture looks a treat. That tree is not going to give up easily is it. Must look really weird to actually see. Hugs Mrs`A. #128

Sid said...

Fab stuff !!

Cauliflower Cupcake said...

It sounds like you've been really busy enjoying the sun and helping so many people. Have a great week
Rebecca (66)x

Karen said...

Ooh I love visiting your blog Jo and Annie's. I love looking at all your clever creations.That picture of the Redwood trees growing out of the felled one is fab there's a few untold stories they could tell us.Love Karen xxxx

Pop Art Minis said...

Beatiful Card...thanks for popping by...nice to meet you! :)

Angi~Mistress of Mayhem said...

I love the soft look of the flowers and your walk pictures - gorgeous!


Toucan Scraps said...

that is an amazing tree. Pretty pictures