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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Flowering Almond - Vintage Photo

This photo was also taken in Granny's yard!  This is the beautiful Flowering Almond!  I gave this photo a vintage textured look!  Hope you like it!

Camellia Bloom in HDR


Camellia flower photo edited in Topaz Labs Adjust plugin with HDR effects! =)

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Girls sitting on bench!


The girls (Emma, left & Francie, right) love sitting on the bench under the pecan tree and looking out over the back field! 

Friday, July 13, 2012

Please vote for Francie!

I entered Francie into a Pet Fashion contest - I wanted to enter a pic of Emma too, but I could only send 1 pic.  Please click her pic to go vote for her to win!!  Thanks friends!!

Red Rose

Just felt like playing around in Photoshop for a little while last night!  I photographed this little potted rose on my back deck. I spray painted a white poster board with a cool blue color and used it as the backdrop.  Here is the original image SOOC. (Straight Out Of Camera).

Friday, June 29, 2012

How to bath a kitten in Dawn video!

My first video tutorial! My little kitties got fleas from Mama kitty, Sunshine and so I had to bath them in Dawn detergent to kill the fleas! I hope you enjoy and I would love to hear your feedback!

Monday, June 25, 2012

Sweet Emma!

Sweetest child in the world!
(see full image)


Sent from Tiffany's Iphone!!!

Francie's haircut

My new haircut really accentuates my belly rolls!! 

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Fuchsia Watercolor

8x10 watercolor Fuchsia flower!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Morning Glory Watercolor

5x7 watercolor Blue Morning Glory flowers!

Monday, May 14, 2012

Pink Dogwood Watercolor

5x7 watercolor of Pink Dogwoods.  Lightly sketched with pencil then covered drawing with masking fluid.  Painted the background. Let it dry. Removed masking fluid.  Painted flowers!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

A day on the Ogeechee River

I had some fun and played around in Photoshop with these photos!









Saw this across the river from our property! Looks like somebody made themselves a hut!
 

A big water mocassin!

This was about a 4 foot alligator! We saw a 13 foot in this same spot last year!

We counted 19 turtles this day!

Saturday, April 07, 2012

Rose Petals Watercolor

I sent a little birthday thought to my sweet Aunt Nella! I watercolored a few rose petals on a 5x7 watercolor paper and doodled a little on the back! I made her address label from my spellbinders die cut! and doodled a black-eyed susan garland with my copics!




Thyme Embroidered Dishtowel

I embroidered this Thyme Herb Dishtowel for a gift! 

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Granny's Funeral Flowers

Well, Granny's been gone since November 1, 2011 and I've finally gotten the notion to make these flower arrangements from her beautiful funeral flowers sent by all of her family and friends. I've never dried flowers before, this was my first try!  I collected so many from the graveside, they were all so gorgeous I couldn't bare to let them go to waste so I brought them all home with me not really sure of what I was going to do with them.  I didn't know which ones would dry nice and which ones wouldn't.  Now that it's done, I can tell you that lilies, daisies, and hydrangeas don't save at all.  But the rest of these did quite nice.  And I was really happy they kept their beautiful color! 
I went to Hobby Lobby while their pottery/vases were 50% off!! Each of these vases ended up being less than $10 each!! Great deal.  I also got 3 of those green foam blocks.
Yesterday, I thought it was time.  I wanted to make something really pretty in remembrance of my Granny.  I made one for myself, one for my sister and one for my Mom.  I just began clipping the stems and sticking them into the foam.  I had no plan or layout, its' all just very random.  I just kept sticking and sticking anywhere I saw a empty spot.  I even used some of the baby's breath and tinier little delicate flowers that all dried, surprisingly, very nicely!
So Mom and Laura, since this is your first time seeing all the flowers I saved... I hope you like them!  I'll get these to you soon!  Click photos to enlarge!








Monday, March 05, 2012

Meet Sunshine! My new kitty!

This is our new baby, Sunshine! She showed up at Granny's house several days ago and we just had to bring her home!  She looks just like our late, Cornbread, except he had green eyes and she has orange eyes!  She is such a little sweetheart and has made great friends with everyone in our little family here!  Welcome to the family Sunshine!!




Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Painted Rock - Ink Dogwood

I painted this small river rock with my white acrylic paint.  Then I used my fine tip Micron pen to draw the dogwood.

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Pink Strawberry Rice Krispie Treats

I love Rice Krispie Treats and this recipe is a little bit of a twist on something I saw on Pinterest.   For my recipe I decided to do a strawberry flavor!  You use your regular cereal box recipe and replace white marshmallows for strawberry ones!  And you add some dry strawberry cake mix and some sprinkles!

  • 6 cups rice krispies
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • 10 oz bag of strawberry marshmallows
  • 1 cup strawberry cake mix (dry)
  • sprinkles
Before you begin, spray a large cookie sheet with butter flavored cooking spray (or regular flavor).
1. melt your butter in large pot over low heat.
2. add marshmallows.

3. stir and stir til melted

4. as they start getting pretty melted add in your cake mix a spoonful at a time and stir really good.

5. notice the beautiful shade of pink.

6. add in rice krispies and keep stiring.

7. continue to stir and sprinkle in the sprinkles!

8. remove from heat, turn off stove and spread onto cookie sheet using your clean fingers!

9. YUM!

10. If you plan to cut pieces out with cookie cutters, do it quickly while it's still warm and easy to press.  Otherwise, cut into squares with a knife!

Hope you enjoy this perfect Valentine's treat!
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