Hi blogging friends. It's been nearly a week since I blogged! Yikes! Just busy.
We have been walking the dog down by the river lately, she loves to go there. We live near the Niagara River, which flows north and goes over Niagara Falls. In the Fall, they place an ice boom up river so that ice doesn't clog the water intakes. Last week they took the boom out and the river was completely full of ice flows. When this picture was taken a couple of days ago it was nearly done flowing through our area.
Today's card is for the challenge at Craft a Scene the April theme is "Down on the Farm"
Stamps - Barn and Quilt Stamp - Impression Obsession-Quilt
Tree, clouds, birds, cows, Stampscapes, bush in front, Inkadinkado.
Chickens - bought unmounted, don't remember.
Spellbinders die - 5x7 Elegant Labels 4
Cardstock - The Paper Studio
Black gingham brads - Pizzazz Aplenty.
Colored with Copics and ranger sponge applicator with various die inks.
popped up rooster is from cardstock, The Paper Company.
Hope you had a great weekend. Tomorrow is a new House Mouse Challenge.
Thanks for stopping by today. Until later..........
this is so nice to see you make a scene.
this farm scene is beautiful with the chickens, cows in the back.
beautiful combining of your stamps and great colouring.
thank you for joining at craft a scene this month.
So gorgeous Sue. I love the scene you have created and the colours are beautiful.
Hugs Sue xx
Your scene is spectacular! Love the framing. Thanks for joining us at Craft a Scene.
Sue your scene is stunning! I just love the quilt on the clothesline. Love the pic of the ice we too have been watching the flow. Always such a wonderful scene here and sign that Spring is on it's way. Hugs Deanna
Such a gorgeous scene! Love all the different details and the great colours. I wish I could see all that ice! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Craft a Scene!
What a beautiful scene, I love the quilt that behind the hens. Thanks for taking part in Craft A Scene this month.
Sue T x
Love this scene! Quilts are so a part of farm life! Thank you for joining us at Craft a Scene for our Down on the Farm Challenge. NancyD
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