The Gift of Spring

The gift of Spring.

I found an amazing watercolor artist on Etsy who offers her wonderful watercolor digital elements.  Her shop name is Kaazuclip.  Being a watercolor artist myself, I am so in love with other artists.  Loveleen Kaur is from Commack, New York and has some beautiful digital elements.

She inspired me and had me daydreaming about Spring.  Dreaming of walking through gardens nearby.

Spring days filled with Spring wreaths, pots of pansies and my Samantha enjoying the warm weather.

Soon my garden will be filled with pink blossoms.

There will be wisteria in bloom in North Carolina soon, and the gift of Spring will be such an adventure.  Until then I am enjoying being home again.

I am linking to Mary's Mosaic Monday today.  Happy Spring daydreams.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I hope Spring will be kinder than this winter was in many areas, Karen. Your post is beautiful as always Love your front door and your sweet dog, Samantha!

Happy St.Patrick's Day!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Karen,, lovely images of Spring.. I am looking forward to all the blossoms and blooms too. Your Samantha is adorable! Have a happy week!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Karen, spring is my favorite time of year and yet is so fleeting. Go figure...such is life. But it sure is fabulous while we have it! And your presentation here is so splendid. Thank you so much for coming to visit! Anita

Snap said...

Happy Spring Dreams to you, too! You are such a wonderful artist that I always take notice when you suggest the work of someone else! Beautiful post.


CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Karen,
What a lovely spring post to inspire the days ahead. Love the digital art from Loveleen. Such a pretty name too.
Samantha looks so pretty sitting on the steps of your porch. Love your inviting porch display and door décor.

Wishing you happy times while home again and the fun adventures of NC in the springtime too.

Happy St. Patrick's Day.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

This is so lovely. I especially love Samantha lounging on your steps. What a sweetie! And the beautiful trees in bloom. And the pretty clip art. You!ve got me in a spring mood, Karen!

Enjoy your time in England and enjoy getting to know a new spring in NC, too. I have never been there in the spring, but I bet it is lovely. Some of my other colonial ancestors lived there and Virginia. Mid you get to Raleigh, be sure and check out the Lane house.



Vee said...

Such darling images! And she has so many and reasonably priced. Great resource as are you, my friend. if there is any spring in New England, I am unaware being up heah in the tundra. Goodness, it is cold.

Happy spring days to you, Karen. Enjoy the grands and your girls and have fun exploring back in NC.

Katharine Devinney said...

Hi, Found you at Mosaic Monday. I love your fabrics and designs. All so pretty and sweet. I'll have to check out your Spoon Flower work too.

I hope you check out my mosaic too at:

Mary Cromer said...

Beautiful blog, lovely shares and noticed in your summary Commack, NY, one of my best friends lives there...I asked her is she knew your acquaintance, have not heard back yet;)