We are so blessed today.
Once upon a time I might have received a pretty card in my mailbox every now and then. Now I not only receive pretty cards in my e-mail, but a weekly texture from Kim Klassen to play with... Kim always creates the most interesting textures here is a postcard and texture I just received over the weekend.
French script bunting using most of my French script fabric designs.
Chasing Mini on Etsy. Look at the ruffle added to this adorable little dress.
Etsy creates the perfect environment for you to get to know such lovely people. They start out as a customer and soon they become a friend who blesses your life.
Another blessing is the many ways we can create pretty things today.
Baby Shower favors were on my Baby Shower checklist. Last week my friend Karen helped me to cut out the boxes for favors from her personal die. Her little scalloped tops just make them perfect.
Blessing of good friends are another reason to be thankful.
Over the years I have taken so many classes from Karen Provost. She has been a true inspiration in my life both personally and creatively. Check out today's post with a recipe for a journal page and tonight's supper.
Nanas Little Hobby, helped me to assemble all the boxes.
Joyce paints my days with blessings all the time. This is a photo I took of her during a recent trip to Martha's Vineyard.
Joyce always shares her blessings with me, like her sweet little granddaughter, Kate helped us too. You might recognize this adorable little girl from our Mad Tea party.
Now I am using my little Samantha Sea horse design for the top and I'll tie them with ribbons.
Inside are chocolates covered in the same candy paper design, I added a bit of tulle.
Music, how it blesses our days. We can choose any music at all to serenade our day. Rain or shine melodies can brighten our days. Another Katie I love is Katie Mulua, she sings Gold in Them Hills for this post. I love the words:
"But if we'd only open our eyes
We'd see the blessings in disguise
That all the rain clouds are fountains
Though our troubles seem like mountains."