Wednesday, April 11, 2012

WOYWW/ haiku my heart!

Haiku
The sign on my gate
says please go the the garden
that is where I am!
I dearly love pressing the little gems that grow in my garden and try to use them in my art!


Today I embellish my arches for a Paperwhimsy swap. (14!)
The theme is based on the book
Elizabeth And Her German Garden
I have made copies of both sides and now I get to add my pressed flowers and then do a little painting!!!


http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/2012/04/whats-on-your-workdesk-wednesday-149.html

22 comments:

Twiglet said...

Ooo lots of lovely craftiness here! I love all those bits and bobs.

Miriam said...

Lovely work - thanks for sharing.

#148

Sarah Anderson said...

embellishing your arches sounds painful lol My favourite is the yellow one :)

Jan said...

LOVER-ly.........and I get one!!!!

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Peggy,

I do love the photo at the top of your blog! What a great bunch of women and you can just feel their love for eachother!!!

Your items for the swap look great! Very nice. Were in the mag "Where Women Create?" I buy those very now and then - which one are you in?

hugs,
Kay
#36

sandra de said...

wow these look absolutely fabulous ATC. such clever ideas to use all those images and flowers. Please show a pic of the finished swap. Just gorgeous. Sandra #63

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Your arches are looking good. The addition of pressed flowers is awesome! You are very creative and crafty.

Lisa-Jane said...

What a lovely colourful spread there! #85

Helen Campbell said...

Wonderful haiku! I need a sign like that, as I am in the garden a great deal this time of year.

rebecca said...

finding you in the garden
is like a cloud drifting into its rightful sky.

Libby Rodriguez said...

Peggy- Such a cool creation!!!

GrandmaK said...

And my garden is in need of some love and attention...Hoping to have the time to do it next week! Lucky you!!! Have a wonderful weekend! Cathy

Pandora said...

Spectacular arches Peggy! I love the vibrant colors!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

lovely haiku and beautiful creations ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

Marit said...

Your post if full of flowers and colours today, I can almost smell the flowers! Enjoy your time in the garden!

Spadoman said...

I like when I see artwork that has pressed flowers, or even flower petals, strewn about. I have a couple of pieces like this. Great Haiku, now I know where to find you when I visit.

Peace

Karen said...

A touch of whimsy for your arches. Lovely!

priti.lisa said...

I love arches and doorways and portals AND gardens! Very pretty!
♥♥♥

deb did it said...

you inspire me to dust off my art journal

Queen Of Toys said...

Your garden is really beautiful, do you travel and garden I am happy to provide weeds of all sizes and in plentiful supply.

thanks for sharing your work.

Eliza #80

CraftygasheadZo said...

Looks like you're busy! Take care, it's Sunday, but I'm still working my way through the list! Zo xx 75

Kezzy said...

Wow gorgeous creations you have made and your desk is full of beautiful flowers. Happy woyww :-) Kezzy x