Monday, August 8, 2016

Mosaic Monday #2

I'm sharing a few things which have happened this week.

I took the dandelion photo last night for a challenge on the Flickr Group - Macro Monday. I went for a walk with a friend around a man made lake in the evening and the sun caught this flower making it sparkle.  You can find my photo here.

The London box I found at the Re-Use center when I dropped off my donations last week.  It was in pristine condition and it reminded me that several of my Blog friends visited England this summer.  I think I will fill it with small note cards and give it away.  I love that it looks like a suitcase.

Photo calendars are projects I spend much time on throughout the year.  I am always with my camera in hand and snap shots for creating these 4x6 photo calendars for the fall craft sale season.  I decided bring more of a focus for a couple of the ones I am creating this year.
Tea Time features tea tablescapes.


I created Owl Art through the process of paper piecing for this one.

Check out my calendar page for details.

I'm sharing with Maggie at Normandy Life for Mosaic Monday #2.

I created my mosaic in Photo Elements with my own watercolor background.


  1. That is a cute little box from London. Your calendars look lovely. I'm visiting from Mosaic Monday.

  2. Hello, cute mosaics and pretty images. I love the cute owls. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  3. Creative work. I like that London case. I enjoyed your mosaics.

  4. I love your owl calendar! So you live in the cold Edmonton! My brother lived there many years, so sad I never visited him :) Have a great week!

  5. Lovely photos! The London box is indeed very cute.
    Your photo calendars are wonderful. I went to see the calendar page and couldn't even pick a favourite. I would like to take them all! :)

  6. What a great idea to use your photos to create calendars. The London box was a fun find.

  7. Just found your blog and this fun meme. You had a creative week for sure.


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