I'm sharing today another feminine card featuring my favourite papers ever, "Where the Roses Grow" from Pion Design! I've included the links below for those of you who feel like I do, that this is a must have collection. lol
FRANTIC STAMPER (USA) - Where the Roses Grow Pre-Order (Estimated Arrival: Nov 15th)
NOOR DESIGN (UK) - Where the Roses Grow (In Stock Now!)
Click on any thumbnail to view the entire Pion Design collection:
Where the Roses Grow – With all my Love PD8202
Where the Roses Grow – Climbing Roses PD8205
Where the Roses Grow – In the Garden PD8206
Where the Roses Grow – Rose Patch PD8209
Where the Roses Grow – Borders PD8211
Where the Roses Grow – Tags PD8212
Where the Roses Grow – Images From the Past PD1623
My landscape photo for today this is magical morning sky.
Out in The Shire we have the Queen of the world here, sitting high up on a tree stump.
"Did somebody say NUT?"
I am so proud of my beautiful BON JOVI - this image of her has been featured in five on-line galleries! Here is what she had to say about the photo...
"OK so, I sit pretty for the camera and you give me a peanut. That's the deal, RIGHT??!!!"
"Whaaaat?? Unless you have a doughnut in that bag human, don't mock me for eating salad!"
On a separate note: doughnut or donut?????
Back on the home front a handsome Sparrow catching some morning sun and a Grackle catches a few rain drops!
MR SCRUFF has a little snack.
I'm going to get real for a minute and ask everyone to send out their best wishes to some of my missing squirrels. This summer, men came with their big noisy machines and cut down too many trees to count. Below you can see JUNIOR trying to figure out where his house went. Since then, the following squirrels have not visited my balcony.
Madonna - Mr Baggins - Princess - Brenda - Precious - Mr Greyson Twitchy - Pumpkin - Tiny Tina - DeeDee - Linus - Taylor
Here's hoping they have all found new homes, rich with food and warmth, far away from that slingshot. I miss them all so very much!
Last but not least, my macro.
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.