For today's card I decided to pull out the Pion Design collection "Scent of Lavender". I just love the shades of purple, the fresh spring greens, and the gorgeous floral images!
Scent of Lavender - The Song of a Bird PD7202
Scent of Lavender - Small Leaves PD7203
Scent of Lavender - In Provence PD7205
Scent of Lavender - Fields of Purple PD7207
Scent of Lavender - Preserving the Scent PD7208
Scent of Lavender - Flowers of Provence PD7209
Scent of Lavender - Borders PD7210
Scent of Lavender - Tags PD7212
The leaves are Cheery Lynn, the doily is Prima, the sentiment die cut is Sizzix, the frame is hand made with a silicone mould, the flowers are Wild Orchid Crafts and everything else is from my stash.
As of when I wrote this post, we still had no snow at home, but I sure am enjoying the snow up north when I go. My landscape shots are from the parents house.
For my bird shots today, I have this lovely female Sparrow stealing food from the squirrel bowl!!
A sweet little Red Breasted Nuthatch watching the crazy squirrel activity from the safety of the tree!
and my token male Cardinal shot...
Do you think he's dancing or having some kind of temper tantrum? lol
Two Ring Billed Gulls fighting over a peanut...
To quote Finding Nemo... "Mine, mine-mine, mine!!" lol
"Seriously lady, you could have told me had peanuts BEFORE I ran off with this stupid health food!"
"Yay me! The early bird really DOES get the worm! Ok, so I'm a squirrel and this is a cashew, but still, yay me!"
"I'm sure this seems like the perfect moment to capture with your camera, but as the one sitting in the snow, may I just say... KNOCK IT OFF!"
I am hearing that a lot of you have gotten freezing fog this last week. How very scary and amazing at the same time. Oh boy to see that in real life, but dang how dangerous it would be for my squirrels! For my macro, I thought I would show you best frost that we managed this year. (taken in November)
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.