Friday, July 24, 2009

Arney with the camera...and a new project for me.


I wish this was a better picture. But I wanted to share the start of a project I started today. These dressmakers were in the craft room at our church. Last year I did one of them and enjoyed it. It sold at Bazaar so I got the rest of the dressmakers and will do the best I can to make them special. I am working in Burgundy velvet and laces. I plan to do some beading. I hope you will enjoy my progress.

This is one of three squirrel's that live in our tree's. We give them the unsalted in shell peanuts and they love bird seed, they have to share the bird seed with all the many Birds that live here. They love to tease the dogs. I consider it exercise for them. They are getting fat and sassy with Arney at home. He likes to feed everything. I hope you are all having a wonderful summer....Stay Cool, Mary Arney took this one through the screen door, this bowl is where they find the nuts and seeds. We love to watch them, they live a good life here.
Arney saw the resident Fox a couple of days ago. I think he is living in the wood pile behind the barn. He is fast!






4 comments:

♥Mimi♥ said...

I adore that little squirrel! Just too cute!

You know, as talented as you are, just make a cover for that KitchenAid of your that will compliment your kitchen decor. Then, how about some placemats out of the same material to coordinate? You can do anything!

Miss Sandy said...

Hi sweet Mary,

The dress forms are shaping up so lovely! Tell Arnie that I love his view from the lens.

Thank you for dropping and for your sweet comments on my studio. Have a great week!

Julie said...

We had our book club picnic last Thursday evening at house out in the country. As we sat on the deck we were visited by a young buck with little buds for antlers. He knew we were there but continued browsing among the pine trees along the edge of the property. It was wonderful to see.

Julie said...

We had our book club picnic last Thursday evening at house out in the country. As we sat on the deck we were visited by a young buck with little buds for antlers. He knew we were there but continued browsing among the pine trees along the edge of the property. It was wonderful to see.