Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Come and meet Miss Molly the the Snow Lady

merry christmas

Molly the some lady

Introducing Miss Molly the Snow Lady. I finally got her done for Emma my grand daughter. I have been so busy but you know we all keep saying that and I know it is true but I’m tired of saying it. If you would like her pattern it is FREE just like the ones of the snowman I did several day ago and once you get to this web site you are going to be amazed at what is there and it is all FREE. If you like Whimsical you will spend some time there. The blog is called Phee Mcaddell, I see she has added some more things since the last time I was there so I will have stop by again. I love here puppets they are outstandingly beautiful…

All I had to do was have some brads, I used medium size pink ones and small black and small white ones. I used one eyelet so we can hang her. I added several different kinds of snow. I did color Molly with my copic markers.

I do hope you enjoy Miss Molly. Thank you for stopping by have a wonderful week.


Allsorts-Challenge #83 anything goes Dec 31

By the cute and girly - children Dec 31

CES Challenge #17- anything goes Jan 7

Crafts and Me- Challenge #20 anything goes Jan 4

Die Cut Dreams- Challenge #79 Girlie Jan 3

OSAAT- Challenge #43 anything goes Jan 9

Simon Says Stamp- anything goes Jan 3

The ABC Challenge- K for Keep it simple Jan 5

Paper Works- Sparkle spots and snowflakes Dec 28

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Thursday, December 16, 2010

It is a Fairy made with Flowers ornament

pink flower fairy

I used all of the artificial flower. For making these fairies the large flowers work the best. I pull then a part, every piece. I keep every thing. I will start from the head and go down. The hat is the backs of the flowers and the inserts they put in the middle of the flower. Once the hat is done I put a thread at the top for hanging and that size is up to you or if you want to wait tell you are all done then put the threat on that is fine also. I used my glue gun to put every thing together. I get the faces all ready painted on the wood balls. The hands are the leaves. If you want to curl then in, you can do that. It is up to you, you are the creator. You make then as you want then to be. The skirt is the peddles from several different flowers.

Enjoy, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Snowman and they could be yours

Emma and Aidens snowman

How do you like my 2 snow men? How would you like to get then FREE? Not these but I can give you the blog address and you can get these FREE and a hold lot more puppets and more… I could not believe when I came across this site. It was like I found Christmas. There is a lady snowperson and I do not have her done yet but I will share her with you when I have her done. This lady that has created all these wonderful images and you know I did not find her name anywhere, but she is outstanding. So if you would like to spend some time and be amazed just click here. Enjoy. Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Can you HELP me?? Do you know the Name of the cutter?????


I have this cutter. It was given to me as a gift from a friend. It has no name on it. Does anyone know who makes it??? It is a circle cutter.. It works fantastic.. I love mine and it works real good and it is easy and it is easy to take with you. Please if you now where I can find another one let me know.

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I took pictures of it in all directions so this is what it looks like.

Thanks for stopping.

Hugs, Patricia

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Angels of Ornaments

angels of ornaments

Every year I make each of my Doctors a Christmas card. This is for one of then. These are images from Prairie Fairy images. Arranged the images on my card stock as I wanted then. I made it to be an Easel card. copic makers angels 

These are all the copic markers I used to color the images.

angel of ornaments top

This is one of Martha Steward punches. It is a large punch.angel of ornaments bottom

I did use a large Christmas ribbon for on the base and of course I added snow all over the place. Also beads. The peddles in the outer part of the flower, I used the pieces from the large Martha Steward punch and created a yellow rose to go in the middle. angels of ornaments front 

This is the close up. I added snow as you can see. The circles in the background I cut out of the ribbon and used dots to stick then on the back. I tried to use some Stickles glitter glue “Star Dust” a little here and there. I also used silver ribbon to frame the girls and I thought that worked pretty good. I hope you enjoy my card. Thanks for stopping.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Just Waiting

Just Waiting

I thought I better share this card with you before it gets lost. It is one of CC designs. They have all kinds of really cute images. My images is called Swiss Pixie Fall Birgitta Digi Images. I get my images from All that Scraps if you would like to stop at the store. Please do.. I know they are having a clearance going on right now. I used one of those punches that embosses as it punches out mine was leaves. I added some Stickles glitter glue called star dust  to give it some sparkle. Used what are called Beadzs on the sunflowers and her wings just for something different. They are real tiny Beads that come in all kinds of colors. I also used the corner punch from Creative Memories. I added a metal plate to the card that says Inspire. Of course a bottom.just waiting markers 

I do hope you enjoy my card. I colored it with copic markers. I have good week. Until next time, remember if you give someone a smile most of the time you will get a smile back.

Happy Crafting….

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Merry ChrisMoose…. Sharing some fun Christmas Sites and also some Remember when, thoughts from the past….

I think this is the best time to show you my tag for Squigglefly’s Challenge #77 for this week right after Emma Christmas Moose that she made. We need to make a tag with non traditional Christmas colors. So I made my moose gray with blue horns and it is raining out, brown star and he is sitting on durt. It was fun to make. As I was coloring him it was kind of hard because all colors are Christmas colors. We have all kinds of NEW images in the store this week. So if you would like to stop by just click here.
Now with being December 1, WOW!!! can you believe that, this year as all the other ones just fly by. As I did last year I shared with you some interesting craft sites that have great Christmas gift ideas, also so had FREE stuff, had templates, all kinds of goodies. I do hope you will find something that will help you this Christmas.
All Free Crafts, They have so much everything FREE things for making stuff for Santa, wreath, centerpiece, easy tree trims food gifts, gift wrapping, snowman, stocking, reindeer,snowflakes, elf's, Angels, Kids crafts. I’m sure you will fine some thing there.
When I was a child we lived in a small town maybe about 500 hundred people. We lived right next door to the skating rink. If I remember right I think my Dad took care of the rink and there was a little house where people could go inside and get warm. It was in Upper part of Michigan so I do remember always having a lot of snow. I also remember (I was the middle child) my brothers yelling at me to get out of the way because I wanted to help shovel but my Dad would say let her help if she wants.I new I made more work for my brothers then I was helping. You can NEVER have Christmas without snow and oh how beautiful it was. My Mom and Grandma we would get together to make all kinds of different cookies, sweet breads, breads, and pies. The house would smell so good. It was a feeling of something magical have happening season. People just seamed different for some reason. We would have things around the house that we normally would not have. People would stop by the we have not seen in some time and even people would come from out of town and visit.
We will some more next time and more good site to go to also. Have a wonderful day. Happy crafting everyone.
For Fun Challenge- Make something different

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥ 

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Emma’s making her Reindeer

Emma and her reindeer

If you have not met yet, this is my grand daughter Emma. She just turned 5 years old and she loves to do crafts with grandma. She likes to visit Miss Holly blog when she come by grandma house and Miss Holly had some reindeer on her blog so we wanted to try and make some.

She love her reindeer Reindeer and Emma 2010

How we did then is we put Emma foot on the brown card stock and drew around mostly the back of her foot. The we took some lighter tan card stock and had Emma hold both of her hands down on the paper and we drew her hands and cut then out for the horns. But we can not make just one, we have to make one for Uncle Dave, Miss Lee, Mommy, and she even wanted to send Miss Holly one but I do not have her address so Miss Holly if you read this please email me your address.

reindeer 4 reindeer 2" NEED TO CLICK ON REINDEER 2 FOR IT TO SHOW.

I hope everyone enjoys Emma reindeer. Thanks for stopping. Have a wonderful week.


C.R.A.F.T Challenge #78- Gift for someone

For Fun Challenge- Non traditional card

Happy Crafting.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Monday, November 29, 2010

This posting is for Kathy a friends and I do hope you can benefit from it also.


I’m so sorry it took me so long to get back to you. If anyone sends me and email PLEASE send it to . I do not use stampqueen any more, since I had so many problems with it last spring I changed my email. I still do check it once in a while but not very often. You ask about were to find spellbinders. I do have to say we have a Hobby Lobby in town and I get some of my things from there. If you are not lucky to have one in your town. I also get a lot of my things on line. Here are some places.. if you sign up with cut at home she sends you a 40% off coupon each month and you have the hold month to use it. you can get a 40% off coupon also.

I did try and send you an email but it just came back to me. This is the only way I could think of to make sure you would get it and I though also if anyone else can benefit from this, that would be great.

Girls if you have any super sites you go to please lease it in the comment and help a friend were they can find some great deals. Thanks for stopping.. Have a wonderful week.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Today is a day to always Remember



For the benefit of my mostly US audience, in the UK and many other countries we buy paper poppies around the 11th to commemorate those who served and those who fell during the World Wars 1 & 2, The Vietnam War, The Civil War, The Saudi Arabia War, Iraq War and sorry if I missed any other war.  All these MEM and WOMAN need  to be HONORED AND REMEMBERED for they gave their lives for everyone of us so we can live in FREEDOM. The poppies specifically memorialize the killing fields in France and Belgium during WWI where the "lions led by donkeys" on both sides killed each other in unimaginable numbers. Day in, day out. Only the Spanish Flu of 1918 out killed the machine guns, mustard gas and barbed wire.

In that spirit, no matter what your politics, no matter where you live today, no matter what else you are doing or celebrating this November 11th, I would ask only this: Please take a moment today to remember the Fallen and their sacrifices, no matter where they fell nor for what cause.
Let us make it so that, for today at least, we will remember them.

                      “FOR THE FALLEN”
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

Written by Robert Laurence Binyon

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Monday, November 8, 2010

Up on the Roof Top

Up on the roof top

Welcome to Card For Men Challenge #23. We have a wonderful sponsor for our challenge Doodles by Hope Jacare. Remember you need to upload your card at Cards for Men Challenge Blog.

Start Date: 8 November 2010
End Date: 21 November 2010
Theme: Animals
Sponsor: Hope Jacare
Prize: Rubber Stamp (will get picture from Claire - have asked a few days ago)
Blurb: "I'm a SAHM with three young children. I trained in Textile Design at the Glasgw School of Art and I love all things handmade, but especially papercrafts. I love to doodle ... and my doodles are available to purchase as digital images through Shop Handmade."
Shop Link:
Sponsor Logo:

This is the prize a rubber stamp from Claire's first release. Isn’t wonderful?

But there's more! Hope Jacare have a fabulous Robin image to give away as well. This will be emailed to anyone who enters a card in the challenge and LEAVES A COMMENT AND YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AT THE CHALLENGE BLOG requesting it. Please remember to leave your email in the linky tool so that I can send it out. Here's a preview of the image and again you'll find examples in our DT cards.

For my card I used white Liquid Applique’ and sprinkled some white glitter on the Appique’ I found some thread that had gold green and red in it so I used that as light on the edge of the roof. Used Diamond glaze from Judi Kins for the window. In the right hand corner is what is called Classic Clips, there a soft metal and you can bend then over the corner. The trees are button, I cut the backs off and use my dremel tool to sand the back smooth. Snowflake is from Trim a Tree sections at Hobby Lobby. The doily is just a paper one and I added some green glitter dots. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week.


Crafty Calendar Challenges- Winter ends Dec 3

Paper Sundaes Challenge #43- Let it snow ends 14

Alphabat Challenge- B is for Bird


Patricia St Martin ♥ ♥ ♥

Saturday, November 6, 2010

An Award from My Friend Shirley


My wonderful sweet friend Shirley thinks I should have this award. I can understand some people might think I have an attitude problem but I hope they think it is a good one. I thank you Shirley for the award. I need to tell you 3 things that make me different. After I do that I have to send this award off to 5 different people and then I will received a $5.00 Gift Certificate from Digi’s with Attitude. Here is their store  Challenge blog and can sign up for their newsletter.

Three things different about my self.

1. I love my friends, my friends mean a lot to me. You will know if you are my REAL friend if when we talk and their is no fake stuff we both can tell it like it is. I have a lot of friends some are so so but my REAL friends, I will do ANTYTHING FOR.

2. I’m a very organized person. I like being that way. When things get crazy I have to STOP and get things back in order so I can do my crafting. I would say I pretty much know where everything is in my craft room and house. My have a large craft room and I have LOTS of my supplies.

3. Love to share with others. What I have and the knowledge of things I have done and I learned.

My five people that I’m sending this Award to are Kym who is one of my dear friends, Donna who also has been a really sweet friend, one you can talk to, Heather who I’m looking forward to becoming real good friends with, Linda who I only meet a couple of times but have had some real fun with and Jane who is not a friend yet but I really like her blog.

You will find information here to find out how to claim your gift certificate. Remember you need to display your badge on your side bar.


Patricia ♥ ♥  ♥

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Miss Molly just hanging around.


                    molly sitting

Miss Molly is a stamp set from The Angel Company. Cuddlebug embossing folder for the back around. The corners are punched out with Carl’s punch, put some silver thread around the the corners to frame the card in. Used Spellbinders, Scalloped oval and oval. To cut out the image.

                                           molly sitting copic

                                             I’m sorry I did not put a side the copic markers I used to color Miss Molly, but I did use copic markers. A very simple card.


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Pumpkin Muffins with Streusel Topping Recipe:

· 1 1/2 cups flour (I used all-purpose)

· 1 teaspoon baking powder

· 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

· 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

· 1/2 teaspoon salt

· 1 teaspoon cinnamon

· 1 cup canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie)

· 1 1/4 cups sugar

· 1/3 cup oil (I use apple sauce instead of oil)

· 2 large eggs


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine dry ingredients and set aside. Whisk together wet ingredients, gradually add dry ingredients, just until combined.

Place cupcake liners in muffin tin and divide batter, I use a little less than 1/4 cup each

Streusel Topping Recipe:

· 1/2 cup flour

· 1/3 cup brown sugar

· 1/4 cup nuts (I used walnuts)

· 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

· 3 tablespoons butter, softened


Combine all ingredients until crumbly, and sprinkle over batter.

Bake for about 20 – 25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean


                    These are for my Weight Watcher Friends,

                                 2 Point- Pumpkin Muffins



                                                                Prep Time: 5 mins

                                                               Total Time: 30 mins

                                                              Serves: 24, Yield: 24 muffins

                                    About This Recipe

                     "Weight Watchers Muffins- 2 point each! Taste like pumpkin pie!"


                                                            1 (18 ounce) boxes spice cake mix

                                                            15 ounces pumpkin

                                                            1 cup water


                                                           Mix all ingredients in mixer.

                                                           Makes 24 muffins.

                                                           Cook for 20-25 minutes at 350°F.

                                                          They will be very moist.

                                                             Nutrition Facts

                                                           Serving Size: 1 (48 g)

                                                           Servings Per Recipe: 24

                                                            Amount Per Serving
                                                        % Daily Value
                                                            Calories 97.5
                                                            Calories from Fat 26
                                                            Amount Per Serving
                                                     % Daily Value
                                                            Total Fat 2.9g
                                                            Saturated Fat 0.7g
                                                             Cholesterol 0.0mg
                                                             Sugars 10.1 g
                                                             Sodium 140.0mg
                                                             Total Carbohydrate 17.0g
                                                              Dietary Fiber 0.4g
                                                              Sugars 10.1 g
                                                              Protein 1.1g
I do not want to forget all my Weight Watchers friends. Sounds real easy. I hope every one enjoys then. Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥     

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Treat Boxes for the kids at School

It is that time of year. This year Grandma and Grandpa get to have the fun with the kids. Mommy (Jessica) has to work so we get to have the Emma and Aiden for the week end. Dad has been out of town since Oct 17 my son (Kurt) is in the Army Reverses and every so often he has to be out of town for several weeks, this time he will be back Nov 8.

I used the Marvy Extra Large green circle punch, Marvy Large lavender circle punch, Marvy Medium pink circle punch. You could put leaves on the front if you want. I wanted to put an Owl, make the Owl with Stampin’ up Owl punch but all three of us though it was to much so we decided not to do it.
So Lee and myself made bows and we thought that was perfect. I also used Martha Stewart punch and I can not think of the name of it but I would punch a 12 by 12 sheet of scrapbook paper all the way across and then fold it in half and that was the size of the handle. I put ribbon on top of the scrapbook paper to make it stronger.
Emma has a total of 17 kids in her class and 3 teachers, she is in pre school. Aiden has 26 kids in his class and he has 2 teacher and he is in 3rd grade.
By the time we where done we made a total of 68 treat boxes. So that is a little more than I need so I’m going to give one to Lee for her great niece and I’m sure Chris maybe has someone she would like to give some to also. If I have any left over I will take the candy out and save them for next year and maybe do this again. Thanks for stopping. Have a wonderful week end.
ICSketches- Boxes, ends 9th
Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Carmel Apple-Nut Bars for National Dessert Day


I couldn’t let a special day like National Dessert Day go by without sharing a yummy dessert with you!

Perfect for apple picking season, these Caramel Apple-Nut Bars are delicious and super easy too!

Picking apples is one of those family activities that we all enjoy! There are some things, like going to the Pumpkin Patch or picking Apples, that is an ageless activity, even my teenagers enjoy the time we spend there.


Caramel Apple-Nut Bars Recipe {adapted from Betty Crocker}

  • 2 cups flour, all-purpose is fine
  • 2 cups quick cooking oats
  • 1 1/2 cups brown sugar, packed
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/4 cups butter or margarine, softened
  • 1/2 cup caramel topping (store bought or homemade)
  • 3 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup apple, peeled and chopped
  • 1/2 cup nuts, coarsely chopped

I’ve changed the step-by-step a bit this time, just trying something new with the pictures.

Combine 2 cups flour, brown sugar, oats, baking soda and salt.

Add Butter, and combine well.

Press about 3 cups of the mixture into a greased 13×9 pan. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 350 degrees.

Combine caramel topping and flour

Peel and chop apples and nuts, sprinkle over partially baked crust. Drizzle caramel topping mixture and top with remaining crust.

Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Cool and cut into bars.

Now of course, eating them plain, they were delish! But, we just had to add a little more…

Ice cream and drizzle of caramel sauce!  Oh my!! I could have eaten the whole pan!

I found this place that has so many fantastic recipes it is called Hoosiers Homemade. If you would like to check it out here is where you can find then. Thanks for stopping. I hope you enjoy, they are very good.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Monday, October 25, 2010

Happy Halloween Everyone!!!

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween everyone…. Hope all your children have a fun but safe and a little scary day. This is my card for our challenge at Cards for Men Challenge #22. Our wonderful sponsor for this fortnightly challenge is Digital Delight by Louby Loo. I love their images. I have three of their images on my card today. I also have many of their images.

Start Date:     25 October 2010
End Date:      7 November 2010
Theme:          Anything Goes
Sponsor:       Digital Delights
Prize:             $10 Gift Certificate
Blurb:            Welcome to Digital Delights, a magical place filled with my little digi creations from all walks of life. We have a wide range of digital stamps which are delivered straight to your email 24/7!!


So it would be nice if you have any of their images to make a card with something from Digital Delight by Louby Loo store so if you would like to stop by the store. Now do not forget to upload your card to Cards for Men Challenge Blog before Nov 7. I know we all on the design team look forward in seeing all your wonderful cards.

 Happy Halloween open

This is a some what down word look at the card. My card is called a landscape easel. I love the fullness it gives you to create on the front of your card and it really folds down nice. I did not think to take a picture of it folded down until just now, so I’m in deep do do!! SORRY Halloween night markers

These are the copic markers I used to color my images and card. For the sky I used Brilliance ink sky blue, yellow, purple, lavender, Mediterranean blue and a sky template.  I made a template of the landscape easel  card so it made it real easy to line up how I wanted every thing to display on the card. I thought I was going to have to cut out the hunted house and I did not all I did was take the template and lay it over the house I had printed out and lined it up and drew the oval around the house and I only had to cut out the very top of the house. I did cut out the mummy and the Happy Halloween sentiment. I punched out some ghosts. On the bottom the candy corn are 3 brads. The happy hunting is a ribbon. The skull and the pumpkins are bottoms. I used some Stickles glitter glue yellow and orange. Holy Moley do you think this is enough? Happy Halloween copic  

Here is the real make it or brake it….. Is this beyond cool or what? What do you think??? The close ups are always the real test.. Because if their is OH HO’S now they will show. just kidding.. I how you enjoy my card. Come back again some some time. Thanks for stopping.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Speed Racer

Seed Racer

Here is my card for the week for Squigglefly challenge #71. We all had the same image to work with and it was very interesting to see what everyone did with there image. If you would like to check out all the cards just click on the challenge and you will see all the cards and there is a special treat for you there, you will be able to pick up the image of the pair of baby shoes for yourself and see just what you can do with then. You have tell Sunday to enter the challenge. Of course we have all kinds of NEW images in the store so if you would like to stop by the store and see what is new we would love to see you there at Squigglefly store. As normal for me I just can not make a regular baby card. In my life it has been all boys. Except for my Emma of course. So when my boys were small there was Speed Racer, so of course that was what came to my mind.Speed Racer markers

These are the copic markers I used to color my image. Added a couple of sticker and used ribbon for the laces on the shoes and added some cars. This is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy my card. So very one take card and have a great week.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Monday, October 18, 2010

Mr Freeze

Mr Freeze

I thought maybe you would like to meet my Mr. Freeze. We had a monochromatic challenge, if you do not know what that is, it is when you color something and it is all in the same shades of one color. At Color Me Creative, that is a copic community that I belong too. We have many very talented girls. I could not think of what to color. My oldest son David remember he is 42 years old, was over and he seen the other card I made with the same image My Super Hero for my grandson birthday and he will be 9 years old. He kept saying Mom I want this card but it is in the wrong color, you know I only like blues. I told him to bad that the card was for Aiden not for him. So of course I got thinking why not this image and I will do it in blues. I still have not given it to him but I will surprise him with it when I see card markers

These are all the copic markers I used. I just added some star brad that matched the blue. I hope you like him. I think he turned out pretty good. I think I better but on here were I got my image. I won it at Gingerloft and you can click here to go to her store.

Sorry I have not posted to much lately but I have been pretty sick with a darn cold for several weeks and finally called the doctor and she put me on some meds and I think they are starting to help. Try and stay healthy. Have a great week.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The time of the year, when true colors come out.

A little bit of Fall

I wanted to share this card with everyone before I sent it out. I made it for my brother his birthday is October 20, I really have a lot of birthdays this month. My brother is pretty special to me. He is a little more then a year younger then me, so we are pretty close in age. We were raised in Upper Michigan so I was trying to capture a little of what it was like were we lived. We lived around Iron Mountain, Norway area if you know a little about Michigan and in the back hills it get really beautiful and even a lot more full of color then is in the card. I do think he will like my card, most of the time when he gets a chance to see them he really likes my cards but unfortunately we do not get to see a lot of each other as my brother lives in Austin Texas and I’m in Wisconsin but we had a wonderful visit this summer for a couple of weeks. I did do this on watercolor paper. I used several kinds of inks. To start I did use my sponges to create the background and then I started to add the stamps. The stamps are mostly from Stampscapes but there are some from other companies. I do hope you enjoy my card. I took just a couple of pictures from out my front door to share with you some of the colors we have here in Wisconsin.

colors of Fall 2010

yellows of Fall 2010

just outside the house 2010

Wow! When you put them next to the card. It is really hard to capture those colors on paper. So bright and beautiful! The only thing is that they do not last very long, the wind and rain come and blow the leaves away. Have a great week everyone.

Hugs, Patricia ♥ ♥ ♥