Showing posts with label hare. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hare. Show all posts

13 Apr 2018

Spring Joy




Well it looks like Spring might have actually arrived - at last ! I have been playing with my new Distress oxides, and after experimenting I ended up with a colourful background for this Spring Joy scene. 

I love Hares I don’t think I have ever actually seen one in the wild in person, but I adore them. I sat this darling hare by Hobbyart in his meadow, and stamped and fussy cut a flower stamp to keep him company. I love using dried flowers and items from nature, so of course they made up the meadow too. 




Some Hares were so full of Joy they jumped into the air over the meadow! I stamped my hares by Clarity Stamps which have always been a favourite of mine, but then when Lavinia Stamps released some similar hare stamps, I had to get them too! I wonder if there are any hare stamps I don’t have... no, no don’t tell me ... : )




 I stamped my assortment of hare stamps in a curve over the main hare, they look like they are having lots of fun! 

By the time I was finished it was much too large for a card, so I punched some holes in the top and hung it up with some pink raffia.


Thank you for visiting the hares today, have a lovely day.

I would like to enter  Spring Joy into the following challenges

12 Mar 2018

The Magical Tree




Hello, today I am continuing my story, which I started before Christmas with Lavinia Stamps.  I created the card using Lavinia Stamps and die cuts, Distress Oxide inks. and lots of love. 

The young hare had been desperately searching for the beautiful lady hare he had kissed under the mistletoe on Christmas Eve. He had searched every inch of the forest, but could not find her, and he was very, very sad. 
Then one bright morning in early March, he spotted her just the other side of the magical tree which stood on the very edge of the forest. 
He rushed towards her, “where have you been” he called. 
“ I have been very poorly” she replied “ I had to go  to the Hare hospital”  
“Are you alright now?”.he asked anxiously.
“I am better than I was , but em... well I won’t be... well not exactly like I was  before”.she replied with great sadness in her heart. “I can’t do all of  the things normal hares can do, and my life will be very different and difficult”
“You will Always be perfect to me” replied the young hare, and held her in his paws  and kissed her gently on her cheek.....

Thank you for visiting, I would like to enter this into the Penny Black and Stamping Sensations challenges. 

24 Dec 2017

Meeting Under The Mistletoe



If you remember my story from 12th December about the hare waiting under the mistletoe, this is the next installment.


For the next 11 days he continued to wash and fluff himself, and travelled to the three pines, to stand hopefully under the mistletoe.. but nobody ever came.


On the 12th day which also happened to be Christmas Eve, he decided this would be his very last visit. He hopped along with hope forever in his heart. As soon as he turned the corner into the three pines he saw the most beautiful and dazzling lady hare waiting patiently under the mistletoe.

She was waiting just for him....

3 Feb 2017

March Craft Stamper

The March Craft Stamper is coming out this Friday, and I am very honoured as my Gazing and Grazing card is included.I have my subscription copy already and there are some great articles in there as always, one of my favourites is by Dot Leathbridge

Here is a sneak peek !


I had to go Bart's hospital this week and I took some quick photos when I was there, which I thought I would share.


The Statue of Justice on top of the Old Bailey.

 


St Bartholomew the Great is the oldest church in London, founded in 1123 as an Augustinian monastery. Now a parish church, it is home to a thriving congregation as well as being a destination for visitors from all over the world.

 

St Pauls Cathedral


Thank you for visiting, have a nice weekend.


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