|I am a lucky duck|
First Little Miss Maggie sent me some typography goodies. They were wrapped with care and all pretty. Blogland sure has some thoughtful people. I'm a lucky duck to call them my friends. You need to stop by Maggie's blog and see all the vintage ledger pages she has, all the great ideas to use them and how she prints onto tissue paper from her computer printer. See those little hand towels? They are too cute to use! I don't know yet what I will make with my stuff so for now I have them by my computer to admire them.... Thank you Maggie, I love it all, I'm a lucky duck.
|This is printed tissue paper!|
|Inspiration waiting to happen|
|Barbed wire is perfect at a Ranch|
Several of my kids had to say.... mom you know you spelled happy wrong right? Duh, didn't think I had to explain "hoppy" with ears below it...on Easter. The chalkboard is on my counter now and the menu is still on the other side. I think it will next be used for my son's graduation in May. Thank you Kristin and Daune, I'm a lucky duck.
More? Yup. There is one more. Karah at The Space Between had an idea called the Pass It On Project. She got some other great bloggers involved, and I was one of the recipients of a gift from Linda at It All Started With Paint.
|What a clever use of paint chips.|
She passed on something that is very valuable to me as I am someone who can't sew....... pillows. She had the gift all wrapped, and cute tags (which I saved it all to reuse when I do my pass it on). The care and kind note, I tell you, this blogging stuff chokes me up. The pillows are sitting on a chair in our bedroom waiting for me to decide who I will pass one on too along with the gifts I make. That's a hard decision to make, so many wonderful blog friends. Thank you Linda, I love my pillow. Yes, I am a lucky duck indeed.
And what's up with all this lucky duck quack? Well somewhere in the middle of teasing another blogger about making a duck scarf for her kids' two ducks, a duck came to live with us. (I'd say be careful what you wish for, but I didn't wish for a duck!) One of my son's friends bought one and I guess it wasn't working out at his house. So the day before Easter he asked if my son could duck sit. Needless to say Klous now lives with us and my daughter bought him a friend. Clyde. Now those are a couple of lucky ducks!
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