A creative place to unwind

I'm thankful I have a creative place to call my own.  (Although, occasionally it doubles as a guest room.)
Today, it's very windy outside, so I think I'll use my creative time indoors, reading, sewing,  taking some  photos and probably a little laundry thrown in there somewhere, but I'm pretty sure you don't want to see or hear about that, so I'll just stick to this...

Thanks for visiting my blog.  I do enjoy hearing from you!
x Becca


Brenda Pruitt said…
I smiled upon seeing each and every photo here! Wonderful eye candy for the soul.
Pamela said…
your creations are beautiful and I love your cat so reminds me of my old beloved Cree!
Becca- such beautiful creations! Do you have an etsy shop?
GardenOfDaisies said…
I stopped by to say thank you for following my blog, and got wowed by all your creativity! And then I had to look at the pictures of Shatzie and Fetzer! :-) I'm your newest follower!
Unknown said…
Pretty pictures...you inspire me to sew, I have what I need to stitch a pretty flower. And I love the necklace.
Enjoy your day!
Hey there - is that a krewel piece of stitchery? It's really pretty. Love love love the necklaces too!
Becca said…
Hi Sheri, thanks for stopping by! Krewel? I'm just a beginner with this embroidery stuff, so I don't know what that means. Please share! I just stitched it on a piece of burlap, which I discovered was kind of hard to work with since the holes are so big, think the next one will be on muslin. I saw your son's photo with the Dolphin shirt on. Cute!
starseasons said…
Looks like you had a wonderful day. Such beautiful photos
Gypsy Purple said…
Wishing you a happy and blessed Easter! xx Gypsy Purple
Anonymous said…
Becca, pretties! Love the wound lace in the jar! And, of course, the little tangerine kitty! =^..^=


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