Wednesday, February 17

Sending Sunshine

Is it Spring yet?  I am really wanting it to arrive.   Last weekend when I was at my Mom's we noticed that her Iris are starting to come up. ...  and a couple of days ago I noticed that my Day Lilies are starting to sprout little green strands from the cold earth.   Such a tease!



I love this Verve stamp - Accent Notes! and not too long ago I ordered the CTMH paper - Sweet Home - X7116B... such pretty colors. Buttercup. Heavenly Blue and Indian Corn Blue.



I'm really not complaining... We've had a very mild Winter. Less than average snow fall...Our snow pack is at just over 80% of normal, which is pretty rare this year considering everyone else in the US seems to be having record snow fall!
I just thought I would let you know that I want some warm sunshine to go out and bask in.... Before you know it... I'll be complaining of the heat! :)



Products use: CTMH - X7116B Sweet Home. Buttercup. Indian Corn blue. Verve- Accent notes. Buttons. Twine. Nestabilities. Twinkling H20.


EnJOY! Create! Simplify!

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6 comments:

Petite Little Bee said...

This is really pretty. It does make me think of the sunshine! Hope you have a great day!!! Lia

Barbara said...

Love the card and I too am wishing for spring to arrive soon. It is my favorite season.

Speedcat Hollydale said...

I'm ready for 100 degrees, and promise not to complain! Can't wait to see a few "greens" pop up around here. Ground is still covered in snow / ice.

Hello from SpeedyCat :-)

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

Michelle:
What a beautiful card. I love the sentiment too. I am soooooooo ready for the sun to shine!
Hugs to you

Scrappy Girl said...

Gorgeous card. Today we melted a little...the sun was gorgeous! Maybe after a couple more days of sunshine we will see the grass!

Shira said...

This card is gorgeous, and I definitely agree that it's time for sunshine--but what I really noticed from this post was your super-organized collection of buttons! They are gorgeous, and it seems, very handy.