October 3, 2011

* Autumn

In many parts of the world autumn has arrived.  The leaves and landscape are going through their colourful transition toward winter.  I missed the old oak trees in my backyard.  I always brought bowls of acorns in for the table along with some colourful leaves.  Since I have my new carving tools, I decided to see what I could do.  Here's the result.  I had fun.


Thanks for stopping by.  :o)  xxoo

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.  ~Albert Camus

10 comments:

  1. I love your new stamps! Are you going to send them in to Cloth Paper Scissors for their stamp reader challenge? you should.
    I am getting all caught up on your blog. glad you are feeling a bit better. hugs!

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  2. Wow! These are great stamps. Nice detail. Glad you are progressing and more mobile.

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  3. Love your leaf stamps! I am so glad you are able to have a bit of fun again and enjoy yourself. Take care, looking forward to seeing what you make today! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. That's a great stamp. I don't think I could carv like that. :) Geometrical shapes is all I can do. :))

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  5. These are wonderful Donna. Love the details with the acorn.

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  6. Wow - very cool! I had just included that quote in my next Nomadic Notebook show, "Colorado Autumn".
    I've been trying to get a card to you.... my printer is down.... blah, blah, blah... anyway, so happy to see you moving forward!!

    XXX,
    Patty

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  7. Your carving is just stunning...a new skill to add to your overflowing box of talent!Love the acrons and leaves. Hope you are on the mend...take care, gerri

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  8. These are so warm and amazing. Do you make these stencils? I'd like to buy some if you did, there awesome!
    :) Julie

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  9. OOh fabulous Donna they look so pretty and natural clever girl !

    Marie

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