Sunday, March 14, 2010

Sunday Morning, Daffodils and Projects

These beautiful daffodils are from my garden...a sure sign that spring is just about here.

If you have never planted spring bulb, do yourself a favor and give it a try. There is truly no greater pleasure than seeing them poke up from the ground on a chilly morning and bloom just days later. You can plant them anywhere, in clay pots or small planting beds. Se easy and so gratifying.

Some place mats I have been working on...

a few clay pots I painted last night....

a canvas piece that I made based on Dawn's tutorial at The Artist Class.

This is the 2nd Artist Class I have participated in. They are starting a new one. Go here for details. You won't be disappointed.

I'm just having so much fun creating and getting ready to do a little Easter vignette.

Oh....I am also just one post away from my 200th post! I can't believe it!

I want to do a giveaway for my valued readers. How about this? Let me know what you'd like to see for my giveaway post?

A little sweet bird just for you?

A spring banner?

Let me know...

Seize the day.


  1. When I stopped by earlier I MEANT to mention that my dauther's name is ALSO Korie, though we spell it with a "K"

    She sings - - - I mean she really SINGS - - - DO YOU???? Is it all in the name????

  2. I love the projects you have lovely! Have a great Sunday...come say hi sometime.

  3. Hi sweet Cori!!!! Your collage is BEAUTIFUL!!! I love that you used that gorgeous images, I have that one too and so love it. I hope that the instructions were easy to follow :) your pots are so beautiful, they look just like enamelware!!!! And I love the place mats, beautiful ~ have a wonderful week Cori, hugs and love, Dawn

  4. Hi Cori,
    Love the placemats you are doing! How do you do that???? I know I'm probably the only one in Bloggy land that doesn't know how...:0)


    Your daffodils are so pretty!!!!

  5. What transfer method do you use for your placemats? Iron-on, print on fabric, Citrasolv? They're wonderful by the way!


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