I'm back again today with another example of how the Pion Design papers can be used all year round and not just for the holiday they were themed for. I have put together this New Baby card using papers from the Halloween collection - The Witching Hour, and the Christmas collection "Greetings From the North Pole".
PION DESIGN PAPERS USED - click on any image to view the entire collection
The Witching Hour – Eerie Roses PD8008
The Witching Hour – Spider Web PD8006
The Witching Hour – Borders PD8011
Greetings From the North Pole – Midwinter Night PD7601
Greetings From the North Pole – Memory Notes PD7611
Pion Design Palette – Pion Green I PD6107
Images From the Past – Sweet Baby I PD1610
The weather has been getting a little cooler, which I am very grateful for. I am one of those rare people who much prefers winter over summer, I hate being hot!! lol. Anyway, got a lovely sky shot not too long ago, sort of a dark gloomy day, but it was beautiful out all the same.
And out in The Shire, there are lots of friends posing for the camera. This first one I called "I'm so Happy" and it was my first photograph to ever be featured in an online gallery. Such an honour!!
"I'm telling you human, in a stare down, I win EVERY time!"
HENRY having a touch of salad...
BON JOVI looking as handsome as ever, eating his breakfast in the dew dropped covered grass.
My birds for today are this striking Starling and a beautiful Blue Jay trying to figure out if he can fit another peanut in his mouth!
Back on the home front, MR SCRUFF is foraging for the winter season and asking ever so politely for another handful of nuts.
PATRICIA sizes me up from the safety of the tree, as she often does before braving the trip to the balcony. Sweet thing, she makes me laugh!
And last but not least, my macro for the day is this mushroom pic. These were super tiny, less than an inch tall. Is it just me or do they look like they're covered in crystal glitter?
That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. If you have any questions or interesting tidbits about today's wildlife, please let me know.