Hi everyone. It is a lazy Saturday morning here in New Hampshire as our weather isn't very good. I will show you more further down in this post.
So even though the weather is horrible right now, it is a good day as today is the third year anniversary of my husband's kidney transplant. And the little kidney that could, as they called his replacement, is still going strong. The one in him and the one in me.
And for a quick Mom update, she is still stable. Everytime I call the nurses tell me how cute and funny she is. I wish I remember the cute and funny lady when I was a kid-ha-ha. But I am grateful she is such a good patient and is not getting any worse at least so far.
So for art today I have this happy page. No sun shining here in New Hampshire so I thought a sunny page would do at least me some good.
The background is me cleaning off a painted stencil and a light handed spray of Dina Wakely's yellow spray paint. Then I used some newsprint tissue paper and double stamped the daffodil lady. Once on the tissue paper and then on some white Bristol paper which I colored and fussy cut.
This stamp image is one I've had forever from Stampotique. She is giving the Queen wave as we call it, and I sure love her flower crown.
I also used another old Paula Best stamp for the sun and the daffodil word is another ancient Technique Tuesday stamp. I used some yellow paint for the quote, which is another ancient stamp from Postmodern Design. (Yes, I have been pulling out old stamps lately. I will say I don't get as much art time now that I am home teaching but what I get is more quality time as I am not as tired after a long day out.)
And finally, I finished her off with a few gold sequins.
I am linking this page up to Mia's flower challenge at Art Journal Journey.
And as I mentioned earlier, I would show you my weather this morning.
The poor flowers, especially the cherry blossoms.
Makes me want to cry.
Hope it changes over to rain soon.
Enjoy the start of this weekend and thanks for visiting.