This week I've been working with some of the photos I have taken over the past week. Tom and I took a trip to the Smith College Spring Bulb Show in Northampton over the weekend, and we both brought our cameras. It was so uplifting to see all those blooms! This year's theme was inspired by Dutch scenery, and when we first entered we saw a sea of shades of blue and purple tulips and hyacinths surrounding a windmill covered with fabric that had blue and white Delft scenes. The fragrance of the bulbs was so wonderful, I felt like I was back in my garden again.
There were many varieties of tulips and daffodils, including these burgundy beauties,
and these unusual ones with very jagged edges.
Everywhere we looked, there was something new to see.
I was able to get a shot of myself in a silver gazing ball just for fun. It was a great day.
So it's Wednesday and you may be wondering what is on my workdesk. Besides the remnants of unfinished cards, you can see some new Prima flowers, and a new card design I'm working on that has a spool of thread on it. Of course my Twinking H2O's are near by, along with some May Arts ribbon that I am going to design a project with.
When Tucker stopped by earlier, he tried to take a drink out of my watercolor water jar. He was not in the mood for posing, though, so he is a bit blurry.
Have a great week, and if you want to see more creative workspaces, stop by Julia Stamping Ground