Mary asked if they bloomed, and yes, they sure did! Aren’t they pretty? I’m always a little surprised, though, that they don’t really smell all that great.
On the right you’ll notice a newspaper flower bouquet that one of the boys gave me awhile back. I don’t get flowers very often, so I take advantage when I do.
They had been out at the farm and for some reason had been give some newspaper, which they rolled up and were using as swords. I’m not sure what made them think of making a “flower.”
Two digital layouts to share, from the Photoshop class I’m taking:
Both pretty much done as the instructions told us to, with the elements provided.
In honor of National Quilting Day on Saturday, I got several quilts finished up (bindings mostly). Plus, the winner of my 250th blog post contest from way back last fall will finally be getting a package, maybe today? Tomorrow? Keep your eyes, out Angela!
I’d better get back to work, yak at ya later!
I didn’t pick any of my daffodils this year…….now they are all gone. But I don’t have a sense of smell anyhow…….maybe I will cut some lilacs tho. They are starting to bloom.
Very pretty! Now they look like spring. We had snow today but a very wet snow that didn’t stick to the roads. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Hm…we’re south of you, but our daffodils are only up about 3/4 of an inch. Not even a crocus has bloomed here yet! Well, sooner or later:)
Your U & R layouts look great! I can’t wait for Digi in Deep.
LOL…silly me, I started reading up here, THEN got down to your earlier post about where you got the daffodils! Now it makes a lot more sense:)
Oooh — I got the package and I just haven’t been able to get to the computer to let you know!!! I LOVE it!!!!!!!!! THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU!!!