Maud and Martha

Maud and Martha
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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

WOYWW 99

Here I am home after 3 fabulous weeks spent in a very hot and sunny France. We have a house there so the beginning and the end were spent tidying the garden - not such a chore when you are surrounded by beautiful countryside and the weather is wonderful.

We were also lucky enough to have some time in our camper where I was in 7th heaven using some new stamps that hadn't been inked before and taking my time to sit and colour or paint. 
I even met a lovely South African lady who I introduced to Promarkers !!! She said she'd have to buy some as soon as she got home.

11 comments:

  1. OOh Welcome home Teresa! Yummy stamps there I see! xx

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  2. Lovely work. Sounds like fun with nice weather. We have had no sun for weeks, storms, wind, fog, rain, mist and cold. Green grass but no flowers yet. Glad you had fun.

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  3. lots of lovely goodies there, Happy WOYWW 99, Thank you for sharing your desk with us much appreciated it. A great desk. #31.

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  4. What a lovely holiday you've had! Your colored images are very pretty.
    Andria WOYWW#121

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  5. Beautifully coloured stamped images! I notice your glasses on the desk... something that should ALWAYS be on my desk (my glasses, not yours *lol*) but never seems to be :)

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  6. Sounds like a wonderful vacation. I'd love to join you next time! lol Lovely coloring job.

    Hugs,

    Terry #133 (giving away blog candy Friday)

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  7. Beautiful images, love the colours. The girls are fab! Shaz #76

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  8. Sound a great holiday - plus some colouring too. Bliss! Love the PB meece - reminds me of 'When life hands you lemons, make lemonade'! Di x #31

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  9. Beautiful coloring! Love the PB mice! I haven't tried promarkers either and can't say I have seen them at Michaels or Hobby Lobby here. I own a few copics and Stampin Up markers and rarely use either using watercolor pencils and Twinkling H2O's instead. Thanks for sharing. Vickie aka okienurse #35

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  10. How lovely to spend holiday time in France.
    Your colouring work is very nice indeed. Good stuff.
    All the best,
    Ros (90)

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  11. True R & R - am with you - we have a litle place abroad and somehow the re-painting and gardening just don't matter!! Glad you've had such a good break.

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