I hope you are all travelling well in your own space and coping with all the challenges life throws at you. Sometimes it really packs a whammy, doesn't it!
I am currently in the middle of a winter moment. Here in Tassie we escaped the storms of the east coast on the mainland but some places were badly damaged. I was just talking to a family member in outer Melbourne and she send me photo's of her back yard with the three big trees all blown over and ruining her fences and into neighbouring gardens. After three day's they have finally got their power back on in the last hour or two.
Meanwhile I was hoping for rain as our garden is so dry and plants are suffering. It finally delivered four day's of a drizzle and some heavier showers so I don't have to water but we have been living in a fog of mist and wet clothes and muddy pawprints on the floor....... but winter can be so pretty here too.
Enjoy picturesque views over the bucolic tapestry of Meander Valley.
Photo: Natasha Mulhall Photography
The winners of the May challenge are listed below:
Random Number Draw: 4 Julene
DT Favorite: Renee's Ramblings
Congratulations ladies. Please email me if you would like a blinkie
Julene - I think I have your email already but email me anyway
We have two pieces of inspiration for you today for the June challenge:
#112: Seasons or Seasonal
with a TWIST of handmade flowers
Those flowers are felt and handsewn!
A winter garden.....and a 90 year old!
You can join in this challenge by scrolling down to the first week and finding the linky.
Please DO NOT use stamps anywhere, including digital stamps