Monday, August 4, 2008

Edouard Heads This Way

I finished my atc's for the "Green ATC Swap" that Anna is hosting on Christian Paper Artists and got them in the mail to her last Friday. I'm pretty happy with the way they turned out. Above are 3 of the 6 I sent. As you can tell by looking at my banner - this is just a repeat of a theme I use all the time. I love to put birds in nests of scripture! I used the inside of lightbulb packages for my background and sprayed them with Glimmer Mist.
Well, Tropical Storm Edouard (yes, that's how you spell it) is headed towards us. So I gotta go fill my car up with gas, buy another tank of propane for the grill, and get some things we can eat without cooking if the power goes out and it's storming. Say a prayer for the Gulf Coast today.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmmmm....Edouard was a fierce one aye?? Just like Hurricane Humberto from last year. Haa....
Love the nesting...it goes perfect with Anna's home page.
Hugs,
Amanda

Sand Flat Farm said...

I absolutely LOVE your paper art! The birds are so sweet. I've never done that before but it looks so fun. Turquoise and pink must be your favorite colors, Linda Jo. Mine, too! I love the bible verse nests. That is so creative!

Yes my DD is definitely a princess - but what can you expect out of a dad that had his baby girl after 2 rough and rowdy boys? She has him wrapped around her little finger!

Have a good weekend! Vickie

carikraft said...

I love your nests on the atc's you did!!!
Very sweet!!!

Ragamuffin Gal said...

They are beautiful ~ love the blue in the background! Fabulous!

Corbi said...

I love your birds nesting in scripture!! I NEVER get tired of seeing them - we could ALL stand to nest in scripture!

Jeanie said...

These are awfully sweet. Very nice.

I hope you survived the storm -- I've been so out of touch -- trying to catch up on work, blogging and home... I've been a bad visitor! And, along with that, missed a bit of the news. Anyway, hope you and yours were safe and that your preparations were not needed!