Friday, July 15, 2011

one word "WOW"

That's right I spent several hours looking at some of the wonderful bloggers that are participating this year.  There are so many I will need weeks to fully enjoy each and every talented blogger.
But I have come to the conclusion with just this small sample of greatness that I need more space and more cute stuff to fill it with.  Like I stated in my earlier blog, you can never have enough creating space.

I have a small garden shed that I've been eyeballing lately, and I think again with some sweet talking I could get that talented husband of mine help me get it in shape.

Oh well just one more project to think about.  If I did convert it to art space then I would loose my garden tool space.  I love to garden although it has taken a back seat to my painting lately.    I need to work on balance I guess.  So in thinking just that thought last night I went out and weeded until I got stung by a bee.(I took this as a sign to go in and paint)

So once I had the garden looking good,




I sat down and painted a little something.  I'd love to share her with you today, she makes me smile.


I hope you enjoy her as much as I do, but most importantly I hope her message touches your heart!!
"Hold on to your dreams."
x0x0

13 comments:

Marcia (One Heart) said...

She's so inpiring, Debbie. I know you've probably written about your paintings somewhere on your page so I'll look around. Just wondering what materials you use. Love your garden too.

Pretty Things said...

She IS pretty!

Lori said...

Hi Debbie, thanks so much for your wonderful comment on my space at A Scrapmom's Musings. I had to stop by and visit you and I have to say that I LOVE your paintings. They're so whimsical. And, if I were you, I'd be converting that garden shed into a studio! BTW, your garden is lovely. Thanks for sharing.

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

She is soooo darn cute. She made me smile... and her message is perfect.

Warm blessings,
Spencer

Jo said...

Now that shed is just crying out to be turned into a studio - it's so pretty! I love your painting - she looks so content.

ANNE said...

Sweet! Thank you so much for visiting me. You're the first person I've seen who has a garden shed to play with, how wonderful!! I do hope you can figure out a way to use it for creating as well as gardening.

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

Hi Debbie ~ even with you already have a sweet studio (below post) I say Go for the Sweet Studio in the Garden Shed (Smiling Sweetly to Hubby) you can still have your Gardening tools in a Funky Wardrobe cubby ~ To have a Little place "To Go To" would be awesome, no distractions ~ Just love your blog ~ became a new follower - Thanks for stopping by...
Cheryl

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Debbie, your painting makes me smile too! I hope you get that shed into a studio spot so you can do much more painting. It is truly wonderful! *smiles* Norma

Sherry said...

Youe painting is wonderful.

Kit said...

Your art is so lovely! And I am eyeing your garden shed too, and imagining it as your art studio. What an incredible place that would be! Thanks for visiting my blog. Oregon is like our second home. I don't think we could survive a year without the sea. Enjoy! Kit

Donna said...

I can see you creating from that adorable shed, I say go for it!! If you get a chance stop by my blog and see my craft cottage.

Carrie'sCreations said...

Your painting is fabulous!! Just love her:) Your blog is terrific also. Your art, your blog all of it just makes me happy:)

Valery said...

I LOVE that beautiful shed and it would make a wonderful craft studio. Your artwork is fabulous.

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