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Monday, March 31, 2014

Spring is around the corner!!!

Hopefully!!!
Today was in the low 50's ~ so after supper Dolly and I went for a walk

Nothing does a body good than some fresh air!!!

The snow is slowly melting and the creeks are flowing ~

We saw and heard the Sand Hill Cranes ~
That's a sure sign that Spring is starting to arrive ~

We saw a black squirrel romping around ~

The Robins have started to arrive~

I thought this was a pretty picture ~

Recently I went treasure hunting
As most of you know that's one of my favorite things to do.
I really had a good excuse this time I had to find some goodies for my friend Marsha ~
 aka: The Tattered Chick
We're partners in Amy's (Bumble Bee Lane) Spring Tidings Swap
Here's a few of the treasures I brought home ~
Yep I found another unique baby bottle ~ this one has cats on it.

I also found this Quaker Oat Can ~
I don't know much about it ~ except I liked it and have never seen anything like it.

I've also been busy creating some new goodies ~
I made some wax tarts from a vintage mold I found when I was treasure hunting

Harvey ~ TFC Folkart Pattern

The Olde Homestead ~ Sami's Stitchery's pattern

pinkeep ~ Country Rustic pattern

1835 heart cupboard tuck ~ Country Rustic pattern

Calico Heart cupboard tuck ~ Not Forgotten Farm pattern

Other than that not much has been happening around here.
I've been popping in now and again (when I can) to visit your blogs
I just haven't been commenting much.  Sorry.

Until Next Time
Enjoy the SunSets
They sure are BEAUTIFUL!!!

Prim Blessings
Robin

11 comments:

Marsha @ Tattered Chick said...

Oh, what a sweetie Dolly is! I used to have a dog named Dolly :)


It's been raining here . . . wish it had done it in January and February but I shouldn't complain, we need it!

Any excuse to treasure hunt I say, tee hee, great finds!

Your package is ready to go but not sealed just in case I find that extra something something!!!

xoxo

Primitive Stars said...

Morning Robin, what a nice Spring day, look at all the signs of Spring out your way, Yay!!!! I love all your goodies, that bunny is prim perfect, love them all..... I am treasure hunting this weekend, Antique sale here, Happy April, Francine.

BumbleBeeLane said...

We finally had some nice weather yesterday. First time I actually had hope for spring this year. ..smile.. We took the dogs on a extra long walk and I realized with the long winter I'm a little out of shape. LoL. Better get in gear junk season is coming. Love that harvey bunny. Dolly looks like a sweetie. Warm Blessings! Amy

jennifer768 said...

Beautiful pics and wonderful finds!Love the baby bottle,had never saw one like it.Dolly is adorable and I bet she makes a wonderful walking partner.Blessings,Jen

The Moonlit Stitch said...

I seen five cranes in the field today! And my first robin of the year too...definite signs of spring! Your pics are pretty, thanks for sharing! Don't know where you found those treasures but they are great ~*~Lisa

Farmhouse prims said...

Isn't it wonderful to go for a walk, so refreshing. Love all of your awesome finds. Your bunny and pinkeeps are lovely , You are so talented. hugs, Lecia

Ronda said...

Beautiful sites to see..thanks for sharing

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

What wonderful pics! Treasure hunting is such fun. Happy Spring!

Shirlee said...

What wonderful, wonderful pictures my friend! Great treasures both bought & created! Your wax tarts ... what type of wax do you use?

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Lovely photos, glad Spring is finally showing her face in your neck of the woods! Great finds and lovely new makes, you have been busy! Your oatmeal tin intrigued me so I did a little internet search and I think the oatmeal tin came from somewhere in Malaysia! Putih means 'white' in Malay so oat putih would translate as white oats. How in the heck that tin made it to the U.S. would make a very interesting story I am sure!

Linda said...

Such a nice post. I always enjoy seeing robins.