Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A Midweek Visit

Just popping in to say hello ~
Hope you are having a very good week!

This is an older ATC I made a while ago.
Have you been creative lately?

I've been feeling stalled - just a bit,
but daffodils definitely are inspiring!

Time to take out some paper, scissors, pens and glue.
Hope to have something new to post soon!

Happy Creating!


Libby Fife said...

Talled is OK!

Lovely flowers and ATC as usual:)

We have some sunshine out here so things are looking up:)

Jennifer Richardson said...

Sometimes I think
we're stirred to quiet
for awhile,
a little fallow period,
that makes the next creative
surge all the more nourishing.
peace to you
as you absorb the quiet:)

Nan and =^..^= said...

Beautiful ATC and I too am enjoying the daffodils. Seeing the spring flowers is so uplifting this time of year. It's so fleeting though which makes it all the more special. I think sometimes we need to pause to observe and let new inspiration form and then try not to think too much but just take the first step to something new and see where it takes you!

Anonymous said...

Love your little ATC :).
Stay inspired!

Cynthia Eloise said...

the daffodils are definitely inspiring. the bold yellow, the posture, like a little girl setting up straight and proper with her head titled down.

Lorinda @ Everyday Endeavours said...

Seems there are a few us feeling stalled lately. Maybe it's just all the gorgeous distraction of spring? Or maybe we all have spring fever? It will run its the meantime just be gentle with yourself and continue to enjoy all the beauty that surrounds you. Hugs xx

sharon said...

Lovely, Judy. But, what does ATC stand for?

Judy Hartman said...

I really love the people who comment on my blog. Such beautiful comments! I thank each of you very much. Sharon, ATC stands for Artist Trading Card, usually 2" x 3". A tiny piece of art for trading!

Shell said...

I still have this ATC that you sent me about two years.It is even lovelier in person.
I'm taking a spring break from blogging. Recharge those creative batteries.