A weekend project

Thank you all for your lovely messages on my last post.  
I will be fine.  I like to express my emotions through music, art & photography, so thank you for letting me share that with you.  It's part of who I am.  

Something that makes me happy and keeps me relaxed and my mind distracted (other than yard work I've discovered over the last two days) is stitching.
This is an old project that I dug out of the closet and decided this is just what I need this weekend to keep my mind busy with "fun" things. 

I love this because I can take these little birds and work on them while watching something on TV with the hubby, or just hanging out in my craft room. 

This is a little ceramic tray I bought while visiting a little store in Seattle that I just love.
I didn't realize until my last visit that they are only in Seattle, but you can check out there web site, or if you ever visit Seattle, do drop in, it's a feast for the senses! 

Lots of crafty goodness! 

Even if you don't buy anything here it's a place that certainly stirs up your inspiration. 

Finally, some vintage looking lace I found at an antique store.  I haven't decided what I will create with this yet. 

It's overcast here in Las Vegas, but the temperatures are pretty mild this week, so it's a perfect time for us to get outside and put up some Christmas lights.  
Our tree is already up and decorated, so I will hopefully get some photos of it soon. 

I am so thankful for all of my wonderful blogging friends out there!  It's amazing how through this little part of the internet we can express our thoughts, share art and make friends. 

Have a great weekend everyone, 



OH your little birds are precious! It IS fun just to create something...
That shop looks like a lot of fun, too...so many great goodies...love your tiny tray, looks so cutw with the thimble! Thinking of you~ XO
Anonymous said…
Such sweet birdies.. can't wait to see what happens with that beautiful lace!

gail said…
Hi Becca-sorry you were not yourself lately. I've been out of the loop lately, myself. I hope you are a little better now. Your blog is always so beautiful and inspirational. Your photographs are amazing!
Justine said…
oh you have photographed this all so beautifully, it all looks so tempting, makes me wish I had a craft room and could do craft!! these look so good - keeping busy is always good. Take care.
Catherine said…
That store looks like an amazing place! So many pretty things. I like your little bird crafts ~ so sweet!

Have a beautiful Sunday Becca!
xo Catherine
Beautiful birds, I am glad you are feeling happier. Take care and enjoy the weekend.
Lynn Stevens said…
Hi Becca, so sorry haven't been over for a bit, did some catching up here. I do hope things are o.k?

Your photos are gorgeous as always, you have such a beautiful gift you share with us all. Love your little birds they could be in a magazine spread!
Hugs Lynn
Unknown said…
Looks like a fun little project. And that shop does look like it would be fun to visit someday!

Chat with you soon!

Hugs, Linda
your little birdies are so cute!! isn't it nice to keep the hands busy with something creative...it soothes the soul........
lilylovekin said…
Glad to see you can get lost and leave your troubles behind in a creative project. The little birds look so cute. Hang in there. Lorrie
Lisa Gordon said…
Beautiful photographs. I especially love the last one!
GardenOfDaisies said…
Beautiful little birds! And that lace is gorgeous!
Pamela said…
THose birds are so lovely Becca! I love them!!
That vintage lace is to die for oh my! I can't wait to see what you create with it.
You have to move closer so you can teach me all these stitches. I love the photos of the craft store it just gets me going!
Lynda said…
Those little birds are so sweet Becca! I adore vintage lace but can never bear to part with it. :)
Those birds are just darling! And what an enticing looking shop! You have a lovely blog :)

- the runaway
Becky Shander said…
All of these images are so beautiful. And I see we both enjoy making birds...it's nice to discover things in common.
Marilyn said…
I love your birds. Your stitching is just beautiful.

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