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Well Christmas in July continues, even though we are reaching temps of 120 degrees here in Southern Ontario. Crank up the AC and hide in your craft room, I say!! Today I have a vintage style card using some products from Canvas Corp Brands.
From Canvas Home Basics I have used papers Blue & Ivory Dot Reverse and Cardstock Paper - Ivory 80#. From Tattered Angels I have used the Naturally Aged Kit - Granite Precious Stone Faux Finish Paint Kit, High Impact Paint - White, and Baseboard Mist Paint - Ivory.
The vintage Santa image I printed last year, I think it was from The Graphic's Fairy. The frame is made from hot glue. The doily die is Spellbinders Persian Motifs, the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts, the foliage die is from Die-namics, the lace is May Arts and everything else is from my stash.
To continue with our trip to the Riverwood Conservancy, this is what we saw after our hike down the big hill. It was totally worth having to climb back up that massive bugger, to get to sit by the rapids.
Still working on my 'creamy water' technique. With no tripod or remote control, it was pretty tricky balancing on the rocks, to get this shot. I think it turned out pretty cool.
You can see here how the drought is effecting the landscape. You shouldn't be able to walk here, it's supposed to be filled with water!
And back on the home front, our baby Sparrow is back up in the tree. She spends a lot of time there staring at the feeder. Come on girl, you can do it!!
This Grackle has decided that the peanuts in the squirrel bowl are much yummier than the what's in the bird feeder!
Got a good shot of TAYLOR, so you can see her very unique two toned tail. What a gorgeous girl!
PATRICIA is playing Peek-a-boo again! Hilarious!
Oh MR SKITTLES, how cute are you!
Big surprise, JUNIOR is having a nap. I swear, he is the laziest squirrel I have ever seen! LOL
My token morning coffee shot...
That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. If you have any questions or interesting tidbits about today's wildlife, please let me know.