This year I thought I'd sift through my copious photo albums and choose a daily theme or a story about the pictures. I was shocked at how many photos I have in raw form that only need a dab of Photoshop. I thought, "I have stories to tell. Let's start small and tell them."
Since it's bitterly cold and calling for snow this weekend, I thought I'd share some flowers. Max, God rest his soul, ate and promptly yarked any plant we had, from lucky bamboo to cut flowers. I haven't fully tested Lily on indoor plants yet, but she didn't eat our little Norfolk pine, so there may be hope!
|Flowers made of book pages.|
|A tissue paper flower Zack made me in preschool, going strong in a hand-painted vase given to me by my friend Katie.|
|Silk Gerbera daisies in my car. Pink for me, and Zack picked orange.|
|I made this for a monochrome bead hop, choosing purple as my color. I made the enameled beads in the background and decorated steel flowers with light purple crystals and darker dyed wood. I really loved this one.|