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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Thankful {things I love} Thursday ...

 The snow has been falling, then melting and falling again ...
Our garden has been filled with birds and squirrels and Beau Bunny who makes daily visits ♥
The (acrobatic)  squirrels have managed to get to all the feeders and suet baskets and made quite a mess ... hubby has put the wheel barrow underneath one of the feeding stations and it's helped a bit ... now the squirrels can sit comfortably while eating all the fallen seed :-) 
I have an article and stitchery project in the newest Sew Somerset Winter 2015 issue.
"Sharing & Wearing my HeART" is a little fabric business card holder created using my Peaceful Thoughts print.
I find so many discarded books at Church rummage sales and garage sales.  They often have pages torn and missing and  scribbles inside, perfect for putting to one side to use in mixed media art.  After painting this Angel print, I went through a few books looking for the perfect words to add & created a little Thankful for quote ♥
love and laughter
for joys of morning, night and noon,
twilight, music
the ordinary
daily things I do each day
for these gifts
I find
carry us along
a kindred life
from day to day
of joy.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends celebrating today xo


Mereknits said...

You are so talented Deb, congrats to you on the article.

Julie Marie said...

Hello Deb... love hearing about all of your little visitors... putting a wheel barrow underneath the feeders is such a good idea!... I would not want the neighbors cat to have a place to "lie in wait" though... "Cuddles" is adorable, and I love for her to visit, but not with birdies on her mind!... congratulations on your feature!... that angel card holder is so pretty and I love your quote... xoxo... Julie Marie (No woodland critters yet... maybe Monday)...

prairiegirl said...

You should see all the sweet little books and things that come through our library as donations. Some are full of great old pages and illustrations! Some from long, long ago! We can't keep everything we find in that ol' donation box!
I know you would love it all. :)
What a complete honor to have a write up (again!) in a mag. Your work and talent is inspiring to no end.
Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving, Deb.

Pallas said...

I loved your mini-art panel necklace that is in the latest issue of Sew Somerset magazine. My name is Pallas, and I am featured in this issue also. I've added you to my sidebar on my blog, and I will have fun exploring your blog.

Deb said...

Meredith ~ YOU are so kind ♥ thank you.

Deb said...

hi Julie marie ~ the wheel barrow saves lots of mess ... no neighbourhood cats to worry about.
So happy your Woodland Walks set arrived today ~ thank you for letting me know. xoxo

Deb said...

hello Lynn ~ oh yes, like you, I love an old well loved book ♥
your library donations sound fabulous!
thank you so much for your kind words ~ they mean so much to me xo

Deb said...

hi Pallas ~ Congratulations on your Tikes & Trikes feature! Your fabric panels are gorgeous ♥ So happy you stopped by to introduce yourself. I look forward to visiting your blog ♥