Picking Wildflowers With Mom

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“Picking Wildflowers With Mom”

-Painted with Golden acrylics.
-Approx. 10″ x 7 1/4″ x 1″ Piece of pine 
-Topped with two coats of gloss varnish.
-Signed, titled, and dated on the back by me!

A mother and daughter went for a walk to collect some lovely wildflowers. They didn’t realize their little kitten, Claire, was following close behind!

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The Bee Collector

“Bees for Honey”

-Painted with Golden acrylics
-Approx. 8″ x 7 1/4″ x 1″ Piece of pine
-Topped with two coats of gloss varnish
-Signed, titled, and dated on the back by me!

This bear thought he had the perfect idea on how to make his own honey; he would collect bees! Though, he wasn’t really sure what he was going to do with them after he got them in the jar…

Collecting Easter Eggs

Happy Easter! We decided to forgo the whole ‘egg hunta’, dying eggs, eating tons of chemically-treated sweets, and stuff. Instead the kids enjoyed the normal egg hunt of, “Hey who wants to go see if the girls laid any eggs?!” Five eggs today! All 5 girls laid, so that’s awesome. Inc. deviled eggs! We had one more go with the rabbit mask, before we put it away for another year, for fear I’ll over-use it…if I haven’t already. >.>


Who wants to lay some Easter eggs?!
A chicken in a basket is worth two…in..a…bush?
We’ve got eggs!
The rabbit unmasked!
Today’s egg collector.

Floral Road Trip Kitties!

I ran into some floral papers I’ve had for about 8 years and decided to do something with them. Some of my FB friends have been posting beautifully decorated VW’s to my wall lately, and in doing so, they inspired me to make this series. =)

They’re all available in my Etsy shop! I’ll be working on some side buses as well as bugs soon.

 

April Snow


I just wanted to take a minute to point out that it’s snowing in April. I don’t think I’ll ever get used to the Pennsylvania mantra of, “Don’t plant your seeds until after Memorial Day.” I get it, snow. I don’t like it, but I get it. We been here 4 years, and each year I’m surprised by how long spring actually takes to arrive. Did I mention we just had 3 days in the 70’s?