You are such lovely people, I knew that anyway, but thank you so much for all the lovely messages yesterday. You are quite right Hazel, only those of us who choose to keep hens in our gardens, know what a charm they are! Funny, quirky, bossy, some of them need anger management and some are the gentlest of creatures. They are all very individual and great pets, the only drawback being that we just don't often have them with us long enough.
I also haven't thanked you for the comments on my nautical wreath and especially for popping over to Sam's blog and leaving a comment.. you know I always appreciate it so much.
I haven't had a lot of time (or the inclination to be honest) for craft this week, but am sharing this little wooden bird for my Sunday Stampers contribution this week. For full deets, click here
Hels set the theme of using wood in this weeks challenge end I had lots of ideas when I originally read the theme, but then didn't get any time.
This is a wooden bird shape - I painted it with a layer of acrylic paint from a tester pot and then stamped randomly with the little stamp using crimson versafine ink, before distressing the edges with Worn Lipstick distress ink.
The 'Love' stamp is by Indigo Blu and the roses are Spellbinders Bitty Blossoms.
Just a quick little decoration!
Thank you so much for stopping by and once again for all your kind messages about Lacey...you would not believe the number of people we meet who still cannot understand that hens are pets like any dog, car or goldfish, so reading your messages was extra special.
Love and Hugs,